Ray Salmond is an editor and the head of markets at Cointelegraph. After discovering Bitcoin in 2016, Ray went on to work as the head of content and marketing at a variety of blockchain startups. Aside from swing trading anything that moves and chasing after the next DeFi airdrop, Ray is an avid beer drinker and BBQ fanatic who is content to be living a quiet life in the suburbs.
Bitcoin will always be the boss, but the real innovative and groundbreaking developments are happening in layer-two solutions, DAOs, NFTs with utility and emerg...
Bitcoin is great, but real crypto innovation has moved elsewhere
Stock markets and Bitcoin price took a slight hit after the Federal Reserve announced plans to increase interest rates twice in 2023, a tad bit earlier than mar...
Bitcoin price falls after Fed shifts interest rate hikes forward amid inflation fears
Bitcoin’s range breakout boosted sentiment but traders are waiting for a daily close above $41,000 before taking more decisive action.
Traders look for Bitcoin price daily close at $41K to confirm bullish reversal
Analysts have mixed opinions now that Bitcoin price trades 40% away from its all-time high. ExoAlpha CIO David Lifchitz gives his take on what happened and what...
Bear market? Analyst weighs in after Bitcoin drops 50% from its $65K all-time high
News that Binance could be under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department and IRS triggered a marketwide sell-off that saw Bitcoin's price drop to $46,000.
Bitcoin drops to $46K, altcoins sell off as report claims Binance is under investigation
Altcoins have been on a real tear for months, but Jarvis Labs analyst Ben Lilly says we’re not in an "alt season" just yet.
Are we there yet? Here’s why one analyst says its not ‘altcoin season’
Bitcoin bulls obliterated the $28,500 resistance with a high-volume surge, but the $30,000 level could still pose a challenge.
High volume surge propels Bitcoin price to a new all-time high at $29,000