Advertisement The bitcoin price has dipped below the $5,900 mark, after initially dipping below the $6,000 mark on June 23. Subsequent to four consecutive sell-offs as shown in the 1-hour bitcoin price chart below, BTC officially fell to a yearly low. On February, the bitcoin price recorded a major drop from around $8,000 to the
Advertisement On June 23, CNBC Fast Trader hosted a show dedicated to presenting the “Bitcoin Funeral,” a witty introduction to BKCM founder and cryptocurrency investor Brian Kelly’s discussion on the recent bitcoin correction and its future price trend. Three Reasons why Bitcoin Isn’t Dead On CNBC Fast Trader, Kelly outlined three major reasons bitcoin will
That kid you know who’s now driving a Lambo because he traded something called dogecoin? He has more in common with Japanese rice traders from the 1700s than you might think. Besides the ability to brag about their newfound riches, both traders likely analyzed price action and investor emotions by using the candlestick charting style.
Advertisement On June 23, the cryptocurrency market demonstrated another minor short-term correction, as $13 billion were wiped out of major digital assets such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, and EOS. EOS recorded the largest loss against the US dollar amongst major cryptocurrencies, dropping by more than 11 percent overnight. Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple recorded
Meme-Based Cryptocurrencies: At the end of last year, the crypto market price soared, igniting the mainstream interest in the space that we see today. Despite the popularity, coins like Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Ripple (XRP) continue to take precedence. But there are hundreds of cryptocurrencies available, with some being meme-based cryptocurrencies. In an age where
The price of bitcoin fell to its lowest point since February today. As of press time, the leading cryptocurrency’s price went as low as $6,063, according to CoinDesk’s Bitcoin Price Index (BPI), a significant drop considering the day’s opening price of $6,717.20. The near-$700 decline (which saw prices decline roughly 10 percent) effectively brought bitcoin to
Advertisement The cryptocurrency market has recorded a loss of over $17 billion in the past 24 hours, triggered by the loss of major cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, and EOS. EOS recorded the largest loss amongst major digital assets, demonstrating a loss of more than 10 percent overnight. Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Stellar,
Advertisement Charlie Lee, the founder of Litecoin, went on CNBC’s Fast Money program on Wednesday to discuss the recent hacking of South Korea’s cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb, among other developments in the crypto sphere. Speaking via telephone, the founder of the world’s fifth-largest cryptocurrency by market cap pointed out that while it is normal for cryptocurrency investors
Robinhood stock trading app: A National Banking Charter is attractive to many financial tech companies but alas! it is very hard to get. That hasn’t stopped California-based stock trading app Robinhood from approaching regulators at the Office of Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), with an ambition to acquire necessary licenses allowing it to receive a national banking
Blockchain in Switzerland: It seems that blockchain technology is expected to infiltrate Switzerland’s economy even more-so. Already, the Alpine nation has been known as quite the hot-spot for all things cryptocurrency. But this time it seems that the technology behind blockchain specifically, allows for a real push in technological advancement for the nation. Johann N.
#00000000000000000021e800c1e8df51b22c1588e5a624bea17e9faa34b2dc4a This is a hashtag, but not just any hashtag. In all likelihood, it’s the longest and most confusing one you’ll ever come across trending in the crypto community. Posted on June 19 by Mark Wilcox, the hashtag actually represents a cryptographic code known as a hash that’s produced each time new transactions are validated and
Reports of Stellar acquiring Chain are floating around this week. On June 20th, Fortune reported that Stellar, the creator of the virtual currency XLM, is in talks to purchase the California-based blockchain startup. But is it really going to happen? Stellar Acquiring Chain – Real or Fake? Rumors in the crypto space take different paths.
Advertisement A cryptocurrency futures trading platform based in the UK called Crypto Facilities is launching a new futures product allowing traders to take positions on Litecoin futures. Crypto Facilities CEO Timo Schlaefer spoke to CCN about the project. “We have seen extremely strong growth in futures trading volumes, up 84% in Q1 2018 on Q4
Charlie Lee on CNBC: Charlie Lee, founder of Litecoin (LTC), chatted with CNBC about the recent Bithumb hack, Bitcoin price, and the Lightning Network. Charlie Lee on CNBC: Bithumb Hack The South Korean crypto exchange Bithumb was hacked earlier this week, with a total of USD $30 million in crypto being stolen. It was enough
ConsenSys is launching Tachyon, the first ethereum-focused accelerator program in San Francisco, the firm announced Thursday. Starting in September, up to 15 projects will receive between $75,000 to $100,000 in investments, plus access to an eight-week program. According to the company, the new venue will feature everything from educational workshops to public demo days with
Advertisement Yesterday, on June 20, more than $10 billion was erased from the cryptocurrency market after Bithumb, South Korea’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange was hacked. Today, the cryptocurrency market added $8 billion to its valuation following Bitcoin’s slight gain, recovering from the Bithumb hack within 24 hours. What’s Behind the Recovery? On June 20, major cryptocurrencies