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Bitcoin had a sharp selloff last week but the support of its long-term triangle held and the price looks ready for a bounce back to the top. The moving averages are still oscillating to signal consolidation conditions, so the resistance might hold again. Besides, this is right in line with the broken rising channel seen …

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin <div _ngcontent-c15 innerhtml=" Bitcoin, which just last week had its first major sell-off in weeks, has this morning jumped more than 5%, powering the world’s largest cryptocurrency back above $6,500 after it looked likely to fall below the psychological $6,000 late last week. Bitcoin leapt from $6,222 earlier …

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After losing four percent in the last week mostly compounded by strong losses of Oct 11, sellers are in control. This view is regardless of our expectations of higher highs in the aftermath of deflating dips of last week. Despite this, we recommend aggressive traders to short at spot prices. However, risk-averse traders can take …

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Future Bitcoin adoption will hinge on many different factors. Accessibility and convenience remain two of the main hurdles to overcome. This is where Bitcoin ATMs can make a very big difference in the coming years. The Twin Cities, also known as Minneapolis and Saint-Paul, is now home to several of these machines. Bitcoin ATMs Become …

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Bitcoin is in dire need of a proper scaling solution. The Lightning Network is widely considered to be a big step for the world’s leading cryptocurrency. Buda, the largest crypto exchange by volume in Chile, is one of the first to incorporate this technology. Lightning fast Bitcoin payments for select services are now available to …

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The question of whether Bitcoin has bottomed already has again surfaced following the latest drop in the digital currency price. Bears have no explanation as to why BTC has been holding this price for so long… as if it were forming a floor. Those bullish can explain this – BTC has fully corrected… and equal …

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Volatile price swings and plummeting valuations have been a reality for bitcoin investors of late, but those who own traditional equities haven’t been immune either. In fact, bitcoin and the S&P have correlated on and off for almost a year, each taking turns as the leading indicator. Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency advertised as digital gold due …

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New research published in a leading scientific journal says that Bitcoin has matured and is more reliable than before. A Vote of Confidence for Bitcoin Cryptocurrencies are considered as a highly volatile asset class. Bitcoin price in 2017 rose from $1,000 in January to nearly $20,000 in December before crashing back to $5,800 in 2018. …

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Serious Shots Fired in the Battle of Bitcoin (source Getty) Interest in Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies has slowed of late.  Earlier this year, across social media, every mention of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency garnered a lot of attention.  There was a particular emphasis on futures, ETFs and any plans that Wall Street was making to bring crypto …

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A lot of things have changed in the world of Bitcoin mining. Using computers to generate Bitcoin has become a global business. Unfortunately for at-home miners, it is no longer profitable to do so. Without access to cheap electricity, most enthusiasts are bleeding money left, right, and center. The Current State of Bitcoin Mining In …

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