Bitcoin price dropped to two-week lows earlier today and could extend the decline to key support near $6,100.
Bitcoin could be in for a recovery rally, having defended a key support level over the weekend.
The capitalization of the cryptocurrency market can be charted like any other asset and provides unique insight into the bias of the broader market.
Cryptocurrency exchanges will likely have to reckon with VPN access as part of any regulatory or law enforcement actions for market manipulation.
Bitcoin's reversal of the recent uptrend in prices is gathering pace and a drop into a bearish territory below $6,200 is now a possibility.
A federal judge lifted a $30 million attachment order against Charlie Shrem Thursday, though the case will proceed to a jury trial next year.
The SEC has charged Zachary Coburn, founder of EtherDelta, with running an unregistered national securities exchange.
Bitcoin is painting a less bullish picture than 24 hours ago, following a drop out of an ascending price channel.
Bitcoin looks likely to inch higher toward $6,800 in the near-term, as the technical indicators have grown increasingly bullish in the last 24 hours.
An Australian researcher says wide disagreements about underlying prices and lack of short options keep cryptocurrency prices alive.