Bullish maneuvers from MicroStrategy, Goldman Sachs and Citigroup are just a few of the factors backing Bitcoin’s rally back to $50,000.
New research from CrossTower argues institutional buyers will hold BTC prices above $50,000.
Using multi-leg options can give traders a less risky way to invest in Ethereum price as it pushes above $2,000.
Venus protocol becomes the top-ranked DeFi platform on the Binance Smart Chain as XVS price and the total value locked in the platform reach new highs.
Both on-chain and trading metrics indicate Ether dips are meant for buying as ETH eyes $2,000.
Investors are nervous that this week’s CME ETH futures launch will be a repeat of Bitcoin’s 2017 CME launch but data suggests otherwise.
Altcoins offering layer-2 solutions pushed higher while profit-taking resulted in Bitcoin price pulling back to the $45,000 level.
Select altcoins continue to hit new yearly highs, while a bull flag on Bitcoin suggests traders are preparing for a run at $50,000.
High gas fees on the Ethereum network are making it nearly impossible for retail investors to interact with DeFi protocols but the same doesn’t apply to whales.
December’s $10,000 Ethereum calls options have started to pick up volume, but are traders really expecting ETH to reach this level?