The average price of bitcoin across global exchanges in trending up, having already climbed almost $130 during today’s trading.
The combined value of all publicly traded cryptocurrencies has set a new record, surpassing $150 billion for the first time today.
The price of XRP, the cryptocurrency of the Ripple network, rose more than 40% today.
The bitcoin price is back below $4,000, falling below a notable milestone that some may now be beginning to view as the peak of its rally.
Bitcoin Cash just reached a difficulty adjustment
The price of monero, the privacy-oriented cryptocurrency created in 2014, shot up sharply this morning, shattering its previous record by around $35.
Following recent highs for both assets, bitcoin has been trading sideways for the last 48 hours, while bitcoin cash has settled around $800.
The value of an alternative version of the bitcoin blockchain is soaring at press time, setting a new all-time high near $1,000.
Following a week of thrilling price gains, bitcoin prices have now dropped back towards $4,100. The new bitcoin cash, however, is at a record high.
The price of bitcoin cash surged past $700 today. What’s driving these leaps in the young cryptocurrency’s appeal?
Bitcoin Cash’s price rose above the $400 mark today, breaking the rangebound market trend of the past several days. The cryptocurrency climbed as high as $406 today, according to data from CoinMarketCap. The move followed days of steady market fluctuations, with the price of Bitcoin Cash trading no more than a few dollars above or below the $300 level. […]
Following two days of sideways trading, bitcoin prices have once again reached record levels.
Bitcoin prices are beginning to move sideways, just a day after setting a new all-time high.
Bitcoin price gains are impressive. But when compared to traditional asset investment, how big is big, and are there downsides?
Bitcoin prices have fallen below $4,000 hours after hitting a new all-time high.