William Suberg

William Suberg got into Bitcoin while completing his Masters degree and hasn't looked back since, writing about anything crypto-related which makes him sit up and pay attention. He started working with Cointelegraph in October 2013.

Author’s posts

Markets News
A massive 18.52 million BTC buy order on Bitfinex will save Bitcoin from dropping to $0, thanks to Alistair Milne.
Bitcoin Price Will Now Never Officially go to Zero — Here’s Why
William Suberg
2020-07-09T15:01:00+01:00
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Markets News
Growing belief in Bitcoin following gold higher contrasts with chart analysis, which shows multiple weaknesses remain.
Bitcoin Gold Copycat Rally ‘Just Started’ Amid Worries of March Repeat
William Suberg
2020-07-09T11:24:00+01:00
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Markets News
Fixed supply and interest rates that refuse to turn negative were among the top advantages of swapping fiat for BTC, says PlanB.
Bitcoin S2F Model Creator Reveals 4 Reasons Why He First Bought BTC
William Suberg
2020-07-08T10:00:00+01:00
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Markets News
Gains from a fresh viral campaign in support of DOGE on TikTok lead to an appeal to speculators from the @Dogecoin account.
TikTok Sends Dogecoin Price to 2-Year High as Twitter Says ‘Be Smart’
William Suberg
2020-07-08T08:45:00+01:00
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Markets News
Seven-day average hash rate passes 123.4 EH/s for the first time as network fundamentals defy bearish price action.
Bitcoin Hash Rate Hits Record Average High Defying BTC Price Bears
William Suberg
2020-07-07T10:39:00+01:00
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Markets News
10-day realized volatility hits its lowest since just before Bitcoin's price fell to $3,100 in late 2018, sparking fresh bearish fears.
Bitcoin Realized Volatility Last Did This Right Before 2018 Sell-Off
William Suberg
2020-07-06T11:59:00+01:00
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Markets News
A turbulent mixture of macro, coupled with expectations of a big move in Bitcoin, could spell an interesting week for traders and holders alike.
China Stocks Boom Bullish for Bitcoin? 5 Things to Watch This Week
William Suberg
2020-07-06T10:00:00+01:00
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Market Analysis
The start of trading in New York appears to impact Bitcoin volatility much more than other stock markets.
Set Your Alarms: Most Bitcoin Is Now Traded During These Hours
William Suberg
2020-07-03T12:02:00+01:00
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