As cryptocurrencies boomed last year, boosting the wealth of investors in the asset class, so did the amount of philanthropic gifts made with digital tokens.
Bitcoin rose to more than $44,000 for the first time since the end of last week as optimism over an easing of tensions around Ukraine renewed investors’ appetite for riskier assets.
The world’s largest cryptocurrency has been a relative snoozer six weeks into 2022.
While Bitcoin’s price has meandered the last few days, the largest cryptocurrency by market value has staged a modest under-the-radar recovery from its wintertime swoon.
Investment in the cryptocurrency and blockchain sector in Singapore jumped more than 10 times last year to a record, according to a report, cementing the city-state’s status as a crypto hub even as it remains wary of speculative digital assets.
Bitcoin rose for a fifth consecutive day, the longest winning streak since September, as investors begin to re-embrace risk assets across global markets.
Bitcoin rose above its 50-day moving average on Monday for the first time in more than two months.
Bitcoin gained the most in more than three months as investors show signs of renewed risk appetite following a volatile week across financial markets.
The top cryptocurrencies gained on Friday as strong earnings from Amazon.com Inc. bolstered confidence in technology stocks, which digital tokens have largely tracked over the past months.
Bitcoin continues to trade below a valid line of resistance drawn from the token’s record peak of $69,000 in November. The small recovery in January saw a so-called “shooting star” candlestick occur right at the trendline barrier, which pushed prices down ...
Bitcoin’s recovery from a January low of $32,970 is butting up against a trendline that has been hard to break. The trendline stems from the record high of almost $69,000 in November and now also coincides with the 20-day moving average. The world’s larges...
Shares of digital-asset marketplace Bakkt Holdings Inc. have dropped to all-time lows, wiping out about $10 billion in market value since reaching a record high following the firm’s much-touted public market debut in October.
Bitcoin miners are facing a crucial test in the wake of the token’s 50% plunge from an all-time high.
Bitcoin’s plummet has pushed it through just about every recent technical support level, forcing traders to now consider $30,000 as the next line in the sand.
The selloff in cryptocurrencies gained new momentum on Monday, with Bitcoin tumbling to a six-month low and other tokens seeing big losses.
The selling pressure in the global crypto market eased Monday after massive declines across digital tokens last week.
Bitcoin tumbled in an extended selloff for cryptocurrencies, falling past $38,000 to its lowest level in six months.
Bitcoin’s weekly relative strength index -- an indicator of its momentum -- has fallen to a level that in the past accompanied floors for selloffs in the cryptocurrency. The zone in question is the 33 to 40 range, and the gauge dipped into the region Frida...
One of the biggest casualties of the cryptocurrency selloff is the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust.
Bitcoin climbed above $44,000 for the first time in a week as the most U.S. inflation in four decades revives the debate about whether the cryptocurrency is a hedge against rising consumer prices.
The sharp selloff in crypto tokens since late November has done little to dent appetite for stablecoins, their less exciting cousins.
Bitcoin dipped below $40,000 for the first time since September, putting it on pace for its worst start to a year since the earliest days of the digital alternative to money.
Bitcoin traded near the lowest levels since September after an earlier swoon extended its weeks-long decline from an all-time high to about 40%.
(Bloomberg) -- Renewed retail investor demand and quarterly results from Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. weren’t enough to lift beaten down meme stocks as the group resumed declines after a volatile session.
Cryptocurrency enthusiasts who piled into meme coins such as Dogecoin and Shiba Inu amid the long-time industry rallying call of “to the moon” are finding this year’s journey back to earth pretty painful.