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.

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Markets News
Data shows Bitcoin should seal both its best Q3 on record and its second-highest lifetime quarterly close on Sep. 30.
At $10,600, Bitcoin price is on track for its second-best quarter ever
William Suberg
2020-09-30T11:42:00+01:00
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Bitcoin difficulty ribbon compression has broken out of a bear trend it has been in since the March coronavirus crash.
Bitcoin ‘difficulty ribbon’ chart hasn’t been this bullish since March
William Suberg
2020-09-29T11:31:00+01:00
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Markets News
Daily closes for BTC/USD have been above $10,000 since July 27, and that’s a new record, data shows.
Bitcoin price sets record for most days above $10,000
William Suberg
2020-09-28T15:06:00+01:00
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Newsletter
Bitcoin tests $11,000 on Donald Trump’s tax revelations but KuCoin’s $150 million may yet put a dampener on bulls.
Trump, tax and hacks: 5 things shaping Bitcoin price action this week
William Suberg
2020-09-28T09:51:00+01:00
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A long-term downtrend flips to form bullish support as Willy Woo says Bitcoin’s days of tracking traditional markets are numbered.
Decoupling? Bitcoin vs. gold ratio snaps out of 3-year bear market
William Suberg
2020-09-25T10:52:00+01:00
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Markets News
$9,000 would be the ideal “buy the dip” opportunity, says Vays, with $7,000 soon to form Bitcoin’s untested 200-week moving average.
Bitcoin price ‘worst-case scenario’ is now $7,000 — trader Tone Vays
William Suberg
2020-09-24T11:32:00+01:00
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Markets News
Rising by $200 each month, the 200-week moving average has formed an implied BTC price floor since Bitcoin first appeared in 2009.
Bitcoin 200-week moving average hints price will never go below $6.7K
William Suberg
2020-09-23T11:52:00+01:00
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Earth is reaching a historic “inflection point,” Keiser warns after Singapore’s central bank admits that more debt is not an option for anyone.
Earth needs Bitcoin as economy hits ‘debt saturation point’ — Keiser
William Suberg
2020-09-22T14:35:00+01:00
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