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Survey Participants Think Its 2018 All Over Again for Bitcoin

Bitcoin, despite a few ups and downs over the past week, appears to be doing quite well when compared with where it’s been in the past. No doubt the asset has proven itself in the past 12 months, and the currency is turning out to be one of the top assets a person can invest in. Sadly, not everyone is convinced, as according to a new survey, many of the world’s financial traders view BTC as being trapped in another bubble and feel its recent surges have nothing to do...

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As the Dollar Begins to Rebound, Bitcoin Is Struggling to Remain Solid

At the time of writing, bitcoin – the world’s number one digital currency by market cap – isn’t doing so hot. The currency has fallen to about $46,000 per unit at press time, meaning it is now about $10,000 lower than where it stood during the early portion of last week. Things are not looking good for the asset, but how much of this is just part of a healthy correction? Bitcoin Has Taken an Ugly Dip As it turns out, things may be a little more extreme than normal. While...

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Coinbase Let’s You Trade Crypto… And Engages in It as Well

Coinbase is known for storing cryptocurrency and allowing its many customers to trade digital assets. However, what we didn’t know was that the company also did its own investing in crypto as well. We’re Learning a Lot About Coinbase As it turns out, the company has become of the first major cryptocurrency exchanges to file for a public listing. In doing so, a lot of information has come out about the firm that many traders were unaware of prior, a big one being that...

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Bitcoin Experienced Heavy FUD During the Week

It’s certainly been a crazy week for bitcoin. The currency – which was trading for about $56,000 per unit during the early portion of the week – later fell to about $47,000, thereby losing roughly $9,000 from its price. Since then, it has spiked back to $49,000 at the time of writing, gaining $2,000. However, it still isn’t anywhere near where it was previously, and data suggests that many investors and traders as of late have been selling their coins for a profit and...

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Bitcoin Is Surging, but Analysts Differ On Whether the Asset Has a Legitimate Future

Bitcoin has been doing extremely well as of late. The currency recently spiked as high as $56,000 per unit, and the world’s number one digital currency is now enjoying a total market cap exceeding $1 trillion. The asset has been on a serious momentum hike, and it doesn’t look like things are set to die down anytime soon.Bitcoin Is Seen Differently By AllBut the asset isn’t seen in a positive light by everyone. In fact, Eric Rosengren – president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston – is...

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Bitcoin Hits $1 Trillion Market Cap; How Much Further Will It Go?

Bitcoin has been doing extremely well as of late. At the time of writing, the world’s number one digital currency by market cap has shot beyond the $56,000 mark, and it looks like the currency isn’t set to slow its momentum anytime soon.Bitcoin Is Continuing to ExplodeRecently, bitcoin moved beyond a $1 trillion market cap, making it more comparable to gold. This is more than double the $500 billion it was at during the early portions of 2021. It has also shot up in price by more than five...

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Bitcoin Moves Past $50,000 Again, Only This Time, It’s Staying There

At the time of writing, bitcoin – the world’s number one digital currency by market cap – has surged to a new all-time high, having broken $50,000 and now trading for just over $51,000. To be fair, the asset has done this once or twice in the past, but it was always followed by a quick drop to the high $48,000 range, suggesting that bitcoin either didn’t have the momentum we all thought it did yet, or the change happened way too fast.Bitcoin Has Shot Up AgainBitcoin has shown in previous...

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Bitcoin Spikes to $50,000 Per Coin, but the Momentum Fails to Last

For the first time in history, bitcoin – the world’s number one digital currency by market cap – has surged beyond the $50,000 mark. At press time, the currency has fallen a bit and is now trading in the high $48,000 range, though early this morning, the asset did strike a chord that everyone has been actively anticipating for some time.Bitcoin Has Reached a New MilestoneThe globe’s primary cryptocurrency has been surging since last October. Following an incredibly bearish September, the...

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Valentine’s Day Led to Some Strange Bitcoin Behavior

Valentine’s Day is a time of love and affection. A time when couples gift each other with flowers, chocolates, jewelry, a nice meal or anything else that lets the other know how much they mean to them. However, it’s always hard when one’s partner gives off mixed signals, and for bitcoin, that’s exactly what happened during the holiday weekend.Bitcoin Has an Up-and-Down HolidayValentine’s day saw bitcoin spike to nearly $50,000 for the first time in its short, yet significant history. The...

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Has the Doomsday Bitcoin Clock Begun to Tick?

At the time of writing, bitcoin has experienced a major hit. The currency – which during the early weeks of January reached a new all-time high of more than $40,000 per unit – is presently trading for just over $30,000. This is a slight improvement over where it stood during the early morning hours, but it’s still quite a dip considering where it was trading on or around January 8.Bitcoin Just Keeps FallingAs a result, many analysts are expressing worry that 2021 will exhibit the same bearish...

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