The impending bearish moving-average crossover on the weekly chart has proven to be a contrary indicator in the past.
Only 5% of the respondents expect bitcoin to trading at $100,000 or more by year-end.
Spain is placing restrictions on influencers’ promotion of cryptocurrencies in an apparent first for the European Union (EU), according to a report by the Financial Times.
Prices of cardano surged to $1.55 in European morning hours on Monday, up from Sunday’s lows of $1.28.
One observers said traders may be better off trading bitcoin volatility than taking directional bets.
Indian gaming firm nCore has raised $10 million in a new funding round led by Animoca Brands and Galaxy Interactive and including participation from Polygon.
Even if a country doesn’t agree with the fundamentals of bitcoin, they will be forced to acquire some as a form of insurance Fidelity wrote in a recent report.
The auction house sold a diamond for $12.3 million in cryptocurrency last July. Now Sotheby’s is doubling down on its outreach to the crypto nouveau riche.
Over 60% of 100,000 virtual land plots have sold on Pavia, with the remaining set to go under the hammer later this quarter.
Jon Russell, formerly of The Ken and Tech Crunch, to act as Asia-based LP for the growing fund.
Good morning. Here’s what’s happening:Market moves: Bitcoin’s price hovered above $43,000 as investors looked for signs that the cryptocurrency’s price had hit a bottom point.Technician’s take: Support remains intact, which could keep BTC buyers active over the short term.Catch the latest episodes of CoinDesk TV for insightful interviews with crypto industry leaders and analysis.PricesBitcoin (BTC): $43,210 -0.1%Ether (ETH): $3,359 +0.5%MarketsS&P 500: $4,662 +.08%DJIA: $35,911 -0.5%Nasdaq: $14,893 +0.5%Gold: $1,817 -0.2%Market movesThe crypto price slump continues.Bitcoin spent much of its weekend roughly where it started it, hovering just over $43,000. That level was a little better than at the start of the...
Apparently dominating retail competition in the real world isn’t enough for Walmart, which filed seven trademarks at the end of December that signal its plan to make and sell virtual goods in the metaverse as well.According to one of those filings, the big-box retailer also is exploring whether to offer users a cryptocurrency along with NFTs.The trademarks can be found here, here, here, here, here, here and here.The news was first reported by CNBC.Read also: Walmart Has Quietly Begun Hosting Bitcoin ATMs
The wind seems to be out of crypto’s sails for now.