A bullish bitcoin mentality appears to be forming in the options market while
ether continues on its roller coaster.
There appears to be strong support around $30,000, according to traders.
Very low spot volume Thursday isn’t helping bitcoin's price.
Bitcoin fell by over $3,300 while options traders see ether going higher.
The price of bitcoin has traded in a tight range Tuesday.
The technology is aimed at tracing commodity flows in near real-time and cut
Bitcoin may be down now but there is still growing demand for crypto assets,
one analyst said.
Bitcoin’s price is on a rising trend for the first time this week.
Less action in the bitcoin market Wednesday means traders are sitting out
while ether options are piling up for a first-quarter expiration.
Bitcoin’s price has ridden a roller coaster on lower spot volume while options
traders are ready to bet on ether FOMO.
Bitcoin’s huge sell-off by over $8,000 in the past 24 hours while options
traders clearly are betting that ether is overvalued.
Bitcoin hit a brand-new all-time high as traders are piling into ether
Bitcoin’s price crested an all-time high $40,000 mark while DeFi total value
locked hits a new record on market fervor.
Bitcoin hit another all-time high today while ether traders are paying royally
to get in on the options action.
Bitcoin breaks $34K while ether futures continue to gain steam.
Profit-taking helped lead bitcoin lower Monday while more investors are eyeing
ether with great interest.
Bitcoin fell to the $26,000 level after it hit above $28,000 on Sunday, yet
markets remain bullish on both retail and institutional interest.
Bitcoin takes a break after record price-setting Sunday while some traders are
plowing BTC into ETH.
With XRP’s sell-off, bitcoin’s dominance increases. However, the derivatives
market hints at more volatility ahead for the world's leading cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin dipped Monday as some liquidations took hold while Ethereum 2.0
dynamics have influenced the amount of ether locked in DeFi.