Bitcoin is showing signs of profit booking, resulting in a slight downturn in altcoin prices.
Bitcoin hit a new 2020 high and altcoins rallied as PayPal announced that it will support crypto payments.
Bitcoin price may rise to a new 52-week high if it can break above the ascending channel and this move could ignite the altcoins.
Traders are accumulating Bitcoin on dips and a break above $11,600 could resume the uptrend to $12,000.
Bitcoin and altcoins must rebound off their immediate support levels to recapture bullish momentum and resume the uptrend.
Bitcoin’s price is trending upward while ether options traders focus on $400 strikes.
A new report from bitFlyer Japan states the exchange is now custodying more than 161.8 billion yen ($1.5 billion) on behalf of its clients, a two-year record for the company.
Ripple co-founder Chris Larsen said the firm is considering moving to the U.K., Switzerland, Singapore, or Japan.
A new blockchain platform aims to get decentralized networks to decarbonize, but challenges remain, due to uncertainty around tokenization
Bitcoin price holds steady while ether in smart contracts reach a level not seen in four years.