Bitcoin (BTC) is in a range that appears to be similar to what occurred in 2018 and 2019, which was a long period of relatively low returns. Support is at $37,500 and initial resistance is at $43K-$46K.
Blockchain cuts out the social media middleman. This article is part of CoinDesk’s Payments Week series.
The exchange’s long-awaited NFT marketplace saw 73 ETH in trade volume in its opening week after a small portion of its three million person waitlist was granted access to the platform.
Because cryptocurrency prices have recently started to move in correlation with equity markets, a slowdown in economic growth, which might signal an upcoming recession, could affect digital assets including bitcoin (BTC).
Brazil is seen as a big prize, with a number of crypto exchanges eyeing the country in 2022.
“I keep my money in crypto. It’s easier to store money there,” says WSB’s co-founder. Rogozinski will appear at CoinDesk’s Consensus festival in June.
In downplaying the near-term promise of Horizon Worlds and Oculus, the former Facebook seemed to confirm that its Meta rebrand was a strategic distraction.
Telegram has added the facility to send and receive Toncoin within the app, potentially opening up crypto payments to its 550 million users.
The Enhanced Crypto Fund will offer exposure to up to 10 of the largest digital assets by market capitalization.
Daily trade volume of Ethereum Name Service domains on OpenSea has overtaken BAYC
Can cryptocurrencies, stablecoins, and CBDCs coexist as methods of payment? Industry leaders shine light on the future of crypto payments. This piece is part of CoinDesk’s Payments Week.
The latest moves in crypto markets in context for April 28, 2022.