Ethereum’s native token Ether (ETH) rates may fall to a two-month low after it slid below support at around $2,954, based on a classic trading pattern. The $2,954 level represents a so-called neckline constituting a head and shoulders setup. In detail, the said support level appears to be a floor to three peaks, with the
Bitcoin (BTC) kept blowing through support levels during trading on Sept. 20 ahead of what promised to be a “very interesting” U.S. stock market open. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView No sweat for BTC traders after $42,500 visit Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView tracked BTC/USD it briefly dipped to near $42,500 before
Bitcoin (BTC) investors seem concerned about the increasing speculation that China’s second-largest property developer, Evergrande Group, will default on its $300 billion in debts. These fears manifest in global equities markets which saw a 1.5% to 3% drop at this morning’s market open. Despite the price move, the BTC outflow (net withdrawals) from exchanges has
Ethereum’s native asset Ether (ETH) prices slumped on Sept. 20 amid a broad selloff in the cryptocurrency market, led by worries about a potential housing bubble crisis brewing in China. The ETH/USD exchange rate dropped as much as 12.52% to $2,911 on the Coinbase exchange, hitting its lowest levels since the beginning of August 2021.
Bitcoin (BTC) ranged around $48,000 on Sept. 17 as hopes of a bull run endured thanks to low supply and upcoming corporate disclosures. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView Anticipation builds for cross-crypto breakout Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD continuing to consolidate into Friday, with the latest options expiry now due.
Bitcoin (BTC) inched higher on Sept. 18 as the focus shifted to the Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) policy meeting in the wake of lower inflation numbers last Tuesday. The BTC/USD exchange rate approached $49,000 on the Coinbase exchange, hitting $48,825 before turning lower on interim profit-taking sentiment. Nonetheless, the move uphill raised expectations that
Bitcoin (BTC) is heading for at least $85,000 in Q4 this year and could well surpass the $100,000 mark, new research says. In its latest market update on Friday, trading platform Decentrader revealed an unapologetically bullish mid-term BTC price forecast. Next stop $85,000 for BTC/USD Despite BTC/USD being kept below $50,000 this week, on-chain metrics
Online information flows have a tremendous influence on the prices of crypto assets. Just this week, investors witnessed how even fake news can sometimes make the market value of a token explode, even if for just an hour. Fortunately, the effects of legitimate news tends to last longer, but the trick for investors is to
For the past 40 days, Ether (ETH) has trended modestly upward, respecting a narrow channel most of the time. It enjoyed a brief rally toward $4,000 in the first week of September, but a subsequent crash brought the price into the ascending channel. Ether price at Bitstamp in USD. Source: TradingView In August, nonfungible tokens
Tune in to watch Cointelegraph host and analyst Benton Yaun alongside resident market experts Jordan Finneseth and Marcel Pechman. Here’s what to expect in this week’s markets news breakdown: Bitcoin (BTC) once again takes aim at $50,000. Is this the final hurdle before all-time highs are within reach? The Solana network was brought down by
Real-world adoption and blockchain integration is the ultimate goal of any serious fintech protocol looking to offer workable solutions to some of the biggest challenges in finance and data transmission. Hedera Hashgraph, a public network that uses a distributed ledger technology known as Hashgraph to increase scalability and lower transaction costs. HBAR/USDT 4-hour chart. Source:
Bitcoin (BTC) tentatively reclaimed $47,000 on Sept. 15 in a move which analysts believe should open up the path to $50,000. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView Bitcoin bulls escape another retest of lows Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD holding the $47,000 mark Wednesday, this being crucial to flip for bullish
The recent 256% Polkadot (DOT) recovery over the past 56 days has been nothing short of spectacular. Although the price is 23% below its $49.80 all-time high from four months ago, the altcoin’s $39 billion market capitalization has outperformed the Ether (ETH) by 66% over the past thirty days. Polkadot/USDT. Source: Bybt.com Polkadot is a
Bitcoin (BTC) looked set to challenge critical $47,000 resistance on Tuesday amid a perfect storm of dwindling supply and “exhausted” bears. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView Hodlers vs. whales in the battle for $50,000 retest Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView followed BTC/USD as it hit local highs above $46,600 on Bitstamp. The
The price of Cardano (ADA) fell on Sept. 13 in line with the other top cryptocurrencies despite the completion of its hard fork upgrade dubbed “Alonzo,” which introduces smart contract functionality. The ADA/USD exchange rate dropped 10.67% to reach its intraday low of $2.3, partly due to profit-taking sentiment among traders following the pair’s 1,200%-plus price rally this
Computer scientist turned generative artist Tyler Hobbs writes code artistically, which then creates visual art that has sold for millions. Along with 998 siblings, Fidenza #313 was minted for 0.17 ETH on June 11th, after which it was immediately sold for 0.58 ETH. Just over 10 weeks later, the NFT nicknamed “Tulip” sold for 1,000