Bitcoin at $9,900, What’s Next For Bitcoin Price After $10,000?

The bitcoin price is less than $100 away from surpassing $10,000 after demonstrating a strong week of momentum and volume. In Hong Kong and South Korea, the bitcoin price has already reached $10,000. What’s Next After $10,000? For many months prior to November 2017, the $10,000 threshold was considered an important psychological support level for The post Bitcoin at $9,900, What’s Next For Bitcoin Price After $10,000? appeared first on CCN

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Bitcoin Price Retreats $400 Cryptocurrency Market Slips Amid Recovery

For five days straight, bitcoin, Ethereum, and other major cryptocurrencies in the global market have not recorded losses, maintaining momentum. The cryptocurrency market is continuing its move towards the $300 billion region, after dipping below $243 billion last week. Bitcoin’s Slight Drop Since March 31, the cryptocurrency market has been able to lead a short-term The post Bitcoin Price Retreats $400 Cryptocurrency Market Slips Amid Recovery appeared first on CCN

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Bitcoin Records 7% Increase as Cryptocurrency Market Rebounds From Yesterday’s Losses

After dipping below $6,500, the price of bitcoin has increased 7 percent to $7,100, as the rest of the cryptocurrency market recovered over the past 24 hours. Since March 30, the valuation of the cryptocurrency market rose from $250 billion to $268 billion, by around 8 percent. Correlated Movements On March 29, Cornell professor Emin … Continued The post Bitcoin Records 7% Increase as Cryptocurrency Market Rebounds From Yesterday’s Losses appeared first on CCN

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Cryptocurrency Market Stalls at $380 Billion, is Bitcoin Ready to Climb Up?

The cryptocurrency market has been highly volatile throughout this week, as major cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and Bitcoin Cash have continued to move in between $340 billion and $380 billion. Is Bitcoin Ready to Move? Today, on March 11, the cryptocurrency market recorded a minor recovery after dipping below the $350 billion mark. Briefly, The post Cryptocurrency Market Stalls at $380 Billion, is Bitcoin Ready to Climb Up? appeared first on CCN

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Bitcoin Briefly Drops to $9,000: Factors Behind the Decline

On March 8, the price of bitcoin dropped to $9,000, after reaching $11,000 merely 48 hours ago. Analysts have attributed three major factors to the decline in the price of bitcoin: Mt. Gox sell off, SEC announcement, penalization of Japanese exchanges. Mt. Gox Trustee Sell-Off According to the official document released by the Mt. Gox The post Bitcoin Briefly Drops to $9,000: Factors Behind the Decline appeared first on CCN

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Cryptocurrency Market Stable at $450 Billion, Bitcoin Price Remains Above $10,500

The post Cryptocurrency Market Stable at $450 Billion, Bitcoin Price Remains Above $10,500 appeared first on CCN Over the past 24 hours, the cryptocurrency market has remained relatively stable in the $450 billion region, after recording a $30 billion increase in market valuation on February 27. Bitcoin has remained above the $10,500 mark, despite a major sell volume that led the cryptocurrency to decline from $11,000 to $10,300. Bitcoin and Ethereum Earlier … Continued The post Cryptocurrency Market Stable at $450 Billion, Bitcoin Price Remains Above $10,500 appeared first on…

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No Cryptocurrency Trading Ban, South Korea Government Confirms

The post No Cryptocurrency Trading Ban, South Korea Government Confirms appeared first on CCN On January 15, in a public press conference, South Korea President Moon Jae-in’s executive office Blue House spokesperson Jeong Ki-joon, emphasized that there will be no cryptocurrency trading ban in the near future. In an official announcement, spokesperson Jeong noted that the cryptocurrency regulation task force created by the government will improve and alter the The post No Cryptocurrency Trading Ban, South Korea Government Confirms appeared first on CCN

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