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 nearly triples its price in 2020 and ends the year close to $29,000,
but ether gained 450%.
Another day, another all-time high in bitcoin as the cryptocurrency changed
hands as high as $28,871.78.
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 recovers from Monday’s small-scale market sell-off to nearly $24,000,
and ether follows bitcoin’s positive trend.
Bitcoin dipped Monday as some liquidations took hold while Ethereum 2.0
dynamics have influenced the amount of ether locked in DeFi.
Bitcoin is taking a breather after a breathless price run while investors seem
to be placing trust in major Ethereum-based products for locking crypto.
Bitcoin’s price is setting records again Thursday as decentralized finance may
be overlooked in a heated crypto market.
Bitcoin is now solidly above $20,000 and a short supply and rising demand
could push the price higher.