Bitcoin (BTC) surged almost 10% during the past 24 hours, breaking above the formidable resistance at $10,000 with a decisive volume.
“Don’t fight the Fed” is as straightforward as it sounds – the U.S. Federal Reserve is arguably the most influential monetary organization in the world.
Bitcoin surged almost 5% in the past 24 hours as the safe-haven narrative remained strong for investors seeking shelter from the tensions between the U.S. and China
In the event of major economic slowdowns, central banks often push out controversial policies such as interest rate cuts or go take even more drastic measures by venturing into negative…
So far the cryptocurrency market has been a playground for retail investors, but we have not witnessed any prominent institutional players joining the ranks.
Bitcoin Halving, the most anticipated event of the year for the crypto community, is approaching in less than 24 hours as we are expecting to witness the event on May…
Earlier today, Bitcoin saw a spike of 8% and broke above the long term downtrend to test $10K with the halving event approaching less than four days away.
Fibonacci retracement indicator suggests that the $9K is the last resistance level from the recent top before March’s crash that drove Bitcoin to a local bottom at $3,850.
Bitcoin is experiencing the seventh consecutive green week in a row since the major sell-off on March 12 caused by the fear of the COVID-19 virus and crumbling world economy.
Ulbricht says he spent most of his free time in prison predicting the price of Bitcoin based on Elliott Wave theory. While he usually kept the predictions and analysis to…