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Bitcoin Drops to $6,500; Wall Street to Ease Bitcoin Trading

Bitcoin has once again fallen down below $7,000, confirming the predictions we shared two weeks ago that Bitcoin’s price will see a correction after it hits $8,000, as was hinted by the strong overbought signals on short-term price charts. Fortunately, analysts predict that the price drops will be temporary and

Bitcoin Reaches $8,300; Will It Hold?

During the past week, Bitcoin continued its rally on the back of a strong bullish sentiment, rising approximately $1,000 in the course of seven days. As we predicted in our last update, once Bitcoin’s price broke $7,700, it set on a new ascending path. And once again, this path was

Bitcoin Nears $7,500; Kodak Mining Plan Fails

After nearly a month of struggling to break past the $7,000 range, Bitcoin’s price has finally reached a new level and began trading over $7,300. As shown by market statistics, the increase in price was made possible by an increased interest in trading the coin and an overall bullish sentiment

Bitcoin’s Price Drops; China Sales Almost Gone

The price of Bitcoin drops below last week’s range as the trading market remains pro-sell. After a brief bull run pushed the cryptocurrency’s price upwards at the start of this week, Bitcoin lost over $300 in value on Tuesday, crushing hopes that a stronger rally will be formed to boost

Bitcoin Back at $6,500; Iceland Miners to Aid New Tech Revolution

Although a week ago the trading signals suggested Bitcoin could be in for a slide, the world’s largest cryptocurrency by trading volume managed to hold its position and climb well over it. Aided by increased interest in the coin and a buying sentiment, Bitcoin managed to break over $6,500 at

Bitcoin Hit by Sellers; South Korean Exchanges Suffer Hacks

Bitcoin’s price is circling around $6,500 after a week of struggling to establish a higher position. Like it was this entire month, the market is still dominated by sellers and low interest in trading the cryptocurrency, which couldn’t be said for the start of the year when Bitcoin was the

Bitcoin Drops to $6.5K; The Lowest Since February

In another week of low-volume trading, the world’s largest digital coin, Bitcoin, drops to $6,500. The cryptocurrency finished last week on a positive note, closing near $7,600 on Friday. However, due to lowered interest and bearish trends, the coin lost over $1,000 in just two days while current market signals

Bitcoin Stays at $7,600; Will It Hit $12,500 by Year’s End?

Bitcoin is currently trading near $7,600 after the cryptocurrency failed to push past the $8,000 mark during the past week. Once again, the media is buzzing with terms like “ bubble”, saying that the latest price corrections might be a sign that the cryptocurrency’s “bubble” cycle is finally coming to