Bitcoin’s price continues to trend upward while the ether options market signals bearish sentiment.
A dull bitcoin market contrasts with increasing use of the cryptocurrency in DeFi applications.
Bitcoin’s price is clawing its way back after weekend losses while the ether options market suggests a bumpy road ahead.
Bitcoin’s price is trending up. Meanwhile, interest rates for lending crypto in DeFi are still unpredictable.
Users will now be able to buy and sell XLM on Revolut’s platform, the fintech firm announced Tuesday.
Bitcoin is experiencing high volumes, pushing the price close to $11,000. Meanwhile, Ethereum fees are up 550% this year.
Derivatives and altcoins are providing excitement as bitcoin spot trading stays dull.
Bitcoin suffered a short period of selling in early trading but has bounced back, seemingly immune to Wednesday’s Twitter hack.
The rally in altcoins is likely to continue if Bitcoin holds at its current levels but a breakdown below $9,000 could lead to aggressive profit booking by altcoin traders.
Based on “real volume” from eight reputable exchanges, these 20 digital assets attract most of the sector’s legitimate trading activity.