Bitcoin's recovery from one-month lows looks to have stalled near $10,000 and may be short lived.
The world's most valuable cryptocurrency could find price support at $7,500 – that is if it follows past patterns on the charts.
Bitcoin logged one of the biggest daily price losses of the year on Tuesday, confirming a short-term bullish-to-bearish trend change.
The widely tracked MACD bitcoin price indicator has turned bearish for the first time in seven months.
Bitcoin is under pressure ahead of U.S. congressional hearings on Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency on July 16 and 17. But what happens next?
The cryptocurrency markets fell sharply on July 14 after bitcoin (BTC) endured another $1400 sell-off, denying the bulls a chance to revisit 2019 highs.
On thursday evening, the US president stated in a tweet that unregulated crypto assets possess the ability to facilitate unlawful behavior, so far the markets have been slower to react.
Bitcoin's three-day chart suggests that a "golden cross" is set to occur for the first time since early 2016.
Bitcoin dropped around $2,000 in the last 24 hours, but the outlook isn't as gloomy as you might think.
The cryptocurrency markets fell sharply on July 10 after bitcoin (BTC) suffered another $1000 sell-off, denying a bullish breakout that looked primed to test its recent 2019 highs.