Bitcoin's 14-month bear market has ended up creating a similar price pattern to one that paved the way for a bull run in 2015.
Cryptopia, the cryptocurrency exchange hit by a major hack in mid-January, has restarted trading of 40 pairs deemed secure.
Two crypto benchmark indices from CoinMarketCap launch on Nasdaq, Bloomberg Terminal, Thomson Reuters and Börse Stuttgart today.
Bitcoin's bulls need to break key resistance at $4,040 to force a continued rally, the three-day chart indicates.
Bitcoin's share of the cryptocurrency market is on the verge of falling below 50 percent for the first time in over 7 months.
Bitcoin is showing signs of buyer exhaustion and could see a minor pullback unless resistance at $4,000 is scaled soon.
Japan is lowering the limits for cryptocurrency margin trading from next year, and will also mandate registration of platforms offering the service.
Bitcoin's four-week price rally now faces a former support-turned-resistance level that repeatedly capped gains in 2018.
Active addresses on bitcoin's blockchain have increased 20 percent in recent weeks. So, why is the BTC price trading sideways?
More than six months since ICE revealed its vision for Bakkt, the bitcoin futures market is still awaiting regulatory approval.