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While most cryptocurrencies still struggle, some hope may be on the horizon, at least for the flagship digital asset.
Bitcoin veterans know to be on the lookout for a noteworthy number: $19,511.
Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz has some advice for crypto investors. In a recent tweet, he said that Bitcoin BTC/USD will lead the next cryptocurrency rally.
Cryptocurrency exchange FTX's founder has said that bitcoin has no future as a payments network and criticized the digital currency for its inefficiency and high environmental costs, the Financial Times reported on Monday.
Italian fashion house Gucci will allow cryptocurrency payments in some stores in the US. Forms of crypto accepted include Shiba Inu, Bitcoin, and Dogecoin.
Bitcoin fell 8% in under 24 hours, dipping below $36,000 before stabilising. The crypto market as a whole dropped 7% within the same time period, with Ethereum losing 7% from yesterday’s price and the rest of the top 10 losing between 5% and 9%.
The Central African Republic (CAR) became the second country in the world after El Salvador to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender. It is also the first to accept it as an official currency.
The Swiss National Bank is against buying and holding bitcoin as a reserve currency, Chairman Thomas Jordan said at the central bank's annual general meeting on Friday.
The investment firm set a limit at 20% for digital assets, though employers can lower that for their plan participants if they want
Despite being so volatile, history shows us that bitcoin has been the best performing asset of all time. It has outpaced stocks, commodities, and bonds.
Two moving averages warn of a bear market-style price floor in the making, says analysis one month after Bitcoin’s weekly chart "death cross."
Bitcoin extended this month’s losses in Monday trade as investors shied away from risk assets amid a more hawkish outlook for Federal Reserve policy tightening.
While it may not have always been the case, bitcoin has stuck close to the indexes recently, but could bitcoin decoupling happen?
Mike Novogratz has once again reiterated his support for the $500,000 future prediction for bitcoin. The Galaxy Digital CEO who was recently at the
Considering the increased interest from the general investing public and constant industry innovation in the Q4 earnings call of Galaxy Digital, Novogratz expects Bitcoin to surpass his previous 2022 price predictions.
With less than two million bitcoin left to be mined, Bitcoin’s limited supply has just gotten even more limited.
In a videotaped news conference on Thursday, the chair of Russia's Duma committee on energy said that the national fiat currency of the buyer - as well as Bitcoin - were being considered as alternative ways to pay for Russia's energy exports.
Fairlead Strategies' Katie Stockton shares a bitcoin weekly chart, suggesting that bitcoin's short-term momentum is positive and intermediate-term momentum has neutralized. Stockton points out bitcoin's resistance has been discovered near $45,000 with a minor breakout targeted around $51,000. Plus, a conversation about crypto trading volumes and ETH’s future value.
Galaxy Digital founder and CEO Michael Novogratz sees growing demand for cryptocurrencies and says there is "zero chance" Russia can use crypto to circumvent sanctions. Novogratz also maintains his $500,000 forecast for Bitcoin five years out.
The provision could have required cryptocurrencies like bitcoin to shift to more environmentally friendly mechanisms.
Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss cryptocurrencies, interest rates and more.
Bitcoin dipped below $40,000 level over the weekend and kept weakening as the Ukraine crisis deepened, undermining the argument that cryptocurrencies are a haven in times of geopolitical turmoil
Following bitcoin’s recent price movements, several market observers highlighted key technical levels, as well as other important factors, when emphasizing what traders need to know.
Several Wall Street banks have penciled in five Fed rate hikes for 2022.
Mike Novogratz has challenged Peter Schiff to a $1 million bet on the price of Bitcoin.