Bitcoin dépasse 25 000 $ pour la première fois depuis juin lors du Crypto Rally
Le bitcoin dépasse les 25 000 dollars pour la première fois depuis juin lors d'un rallye crypto, profitant d'une vague d'élan due à une inflation américaine plus faible que prévu et à la progression vers la grande mise à niveau d'Ethereum. Bitcoin dépasse 25 000 $ pour la première fois depuis juin lors d'un rallye crypto dimanche, la plus grande crypto-monnaie a augmenté jusqu'à 2.
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Bitcoin Taps Key Support Level On Leading Indicator - Zycrypto
Despite suffering a severe sell-off in the face of uncertainties in the macro landscape, Bitcoin's ebbing tide seems to be subsiding, with key metrics suggesting the cryptocurrency is poised to come ahead.
Binance Executive Says Retail Investors Flocking to Bitcoin (BTC) and Crypto Amid Rampant Inflation: Report - The Daily Hodl
A top executive of the world's largest crypto exchange platform by trading volume is reportedly saying that retail investors are buying up crypto assets as inflation continues to ravage the global economy.
Will Bitcoin and Ethereum Price Maintain The Bullish Trend In Coming Week? - CoinPedia
The overall crypto market cap is now maintaining its range above $1 trillion, and the majority of the cryptocurrency assets seem to be thriving. The Bitcoin price, which was earlier struggling around $23,000, has reclaimed the $24,000 level and might close the weekend on a bullish note. However, the latest analysis has a different prediction.
You're welcome, Celsius [CEL]? Why Bitcoin [BTC] may be the catalyst here - AMBCrypto
The recovering market has seen many cryptocurrencies cross the threshold of 100% to rally farther beyond expectations. Of late, however, one crypto-asset that has particularly stood out is Celsius.
BTC Price Analysis- Rejection Candles at $24700 Rings Pullback Opportunity - Coingape
The BTC/USDT pair rises within the wedge channel of an inverted pennant pattern. The continuation pattern has the same core concept as the inverted flag pattern, which we explained in our previous article.
Bitcoin to Demonetize Gold – Michael Saylor Predicts the Future of Gold Investment - CoinPedia
In an interview with Kitco, Michael Saylor, the former CEO of MicroStrategy, predicted that Bitcoin would demonetise gold. “Gold was metallic money for the 19th century,” he said while adding that gold will not be adopted as money in the 21st century. He predicted that a spot-based Bitcoin exchange-trade fund might come in a year.
This Analyst Believes Bitcoin, Ethereum Will Surge To All-Time High Soon: Here's Why - Benzinga
According to cryptocurrency industry veteran Bobby Lee, both Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) and Ethereum (CRYPTO: ETH) will soon get back to their all-time highs, which were reached in November 2021. In a recent interview, Lee said that as the current crypto market is facing a stiff downturn, he is optimistic about a market revival.
Binance holds the most amount of Bitcoin on exchanges after roles have reversed with Coinbase - CryptoSlate
Exchange balance refers to the amount of Bitcoin sitting on exchanges, and it was following a downtrend since January 2022 for both Coinbase and Binance when suddenly Binance's exchange balance took a turn and started to spike in May. The post Binance holds the most amount of Bitcoin on exchanges after roles have reversed with Coinbase appeared first on CryptoSlate.
Bitcoin Mining In The 22 Century: What To Expect? - DCForecasts
Bitcoin Mining in the 22 Century is hard to predict, but some things are pretty self-evident, based on current trends in the industry. Whenever the price of Bitcoin declines, there are scattered forecasts that the mining sector is doomed and that miners are ready to shut down their machinery collectively and start to succumb.
Norwegian BTC Miner Moves To Arctic To Cut Energy Bills - DCForecasts
Norwegian BTC miner intends to relocate its operations north of the Artic Circle, according to reports. The decision to relocate was made as a result of the nation's growing power prices, even though the issue has not yet significantly touched the northern areas.