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The Bitcoin market has welcomed the outcome of the Brexit vote in the UK with open arms as the price of its currency soars following a falling trend in recent days.
After an almost month-long correction toward the upward trend, Bitcoin has continued its long-term upward movement.
The Bitcoin monetary inflation rate decreased from 30~50% in 2011 to 4% this year, demonstrating the rapid mainstream adoption of the cryptocurrency in various markets.
Bitcoin’s price is forming a short-term flat before a new surge.
Bitcoin did see a slight pickup in volatility immediately following the Labor Day holiday in the US, although more recently price has once again fallen into a contracting range.
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Bitcoin is moving toward the target of the long-term correction within the upward trend. The ending of that rebound could provoke a continuation of the long-term trend and a turn to decline.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has delayed the approval of what many expected to become the first Bitcoin ETF to operate on a major stock market.
The largest bank in Japan has confirmed that it is testing its digital currency using the Blockchain technology.
Despite a relatively slow market over the past few weeks due to the “summer doldrums,” it now appears as though volatility is making a slow return on both the upside and the downside.
The Spring has ended with Bitcoin exiting a flat, which has been there for more six months. Will that cause a continued long-term growth, or was it a false breakthrough?
Bitcoin’s price is approaching a key mark, from which the long-term growth could continue. What is the market sentiment at the moment?
Bitcoin’s price is moving along at least a medium-term upward wave. That short movement has a chance of growing into a long-term upward trend.
Described as a reversal to the pre-Bitfinex hack price, Bitcoin has bounced back to the $600 range which will continue to rise if the global economic outlook is anything to go by.
Cointelegraph announces the release of our brand new Bitcoin Price Index - a comprehensive tool for tracking Bitcoin price changes.
As we head into the unofficial last week of the summer, we continue to expect lackluster price action through the long holiday weekend in the US.
A Bitfinex maintenance delay and the auctioning off about $19 mln worth of Silk-Road-related Bitcoins thought responsible for the drop in the price of Bitcoin on Monday and Tuesday.
We are now in the slowest trading period of the year for both the legacy and cryptocurrency markets, which means volatility and volume should remain light until after the Labor Day weekend in the US.
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Given a slow news cycle as well as mixed short to medium term technicals, the market has been under some pressure over the past few days following yet another failed attempt to break above $600.
Bitcoin is continuing its upward movement. The short-term upward structure can turn out to be a wave of a flat, which will be followed by a downward rebound.
Bitcoin looked poised for the return of at least some volatility last week, however none materialized. Now price is back above the $600 level.
The US Marshals service will be auctioning $1.6 million worth of Bitcoin from various cases on August 22. Will Bitcoin price increase?
The cryptocurrency news cycle was dominated last week by the announcement that Bitfinex was the victim of a theft to the tune of 119,756 BTC. The market continues to struggle with the implications of this event.
The repetitive phenomenon of the fall in price of Bitcoin, coinciding with the meetings between the miners and core developers, has attracted concern within the industry.
What led to the recent drop in Bitcoin’s price? Some unresolved issues may have been at play
Bitfinex has discovered a security breach that requires a halt to all trading on its platform. Bitcoins belonging to some of its users are stolen.
The combination of weak near term technicals, a dip in hash rate, questions over a secretive miner/Core dev meeting, and sustained interest in ETH/ETC has pushed Bitcoin’s exchange rate down more than $20 over the weekend.
Investors will continue to seek for alternative highly liquid assets to avoid being involved in a financial turmoil, which will increase the demand for Bitcoin and, ultimately, its price.
Despite a somewhat more bullish outlook in last week’s report, once again the market could not get sustainably above the key $680 resistance level (or below the critical 640 $ support level).
As expected, the bitcoin markets have been relatively stable over the past week, although it now looks like a rally up to resistance is becoming more and more likely
Formation in charts suggest that Bitcoin is about to surge.
The first ever Kaiko report reveals ranking of Bitcoin exchanges and their recent performance.
CryptoCompare.com, a major cryptocurrency data hub, is to develop a new price widget with an integrated CoinTelegraph news feed.
As the Bitcoin community celebrates the 2nd successful quadrennial block reward halving, market participants seems less enthusiastic about the event.
Besides today’s Bitcoin price, anything else regarding the outcome of the pending halving is guesswork.
It is going to be a wild summer for the price of Bitcoin. The only certainty in the space will be change.
Bitcoin price is likely to rise in coming days, watch out.
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