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Bitcoin plunged at one point sinking through $6 000 for the first time since May as a sell-off in cryptocurrencies became a rout amid wider market turmoil sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.
Bitcoin’s trading range is narrowing as speculators seek positions on the right side of a potential break-out.
Bitcoin has slumped more than 10% over the weekend to a two-week low as fears of a crackdown of cryptocurrencies grew on mounting scrutiny of Facebook's planned Libra digital coin.
Bitcoin has traded above $11 000 for the first time in 15 months, recouping more than half of the parabolic increase that captured the attention of mainstream investors before the cryptocurrency bubble burst last year.
Bitcoin jumped above $7 000 and didn’t look back, as its longest winning streak since 2013 continued to rekindle the global cryptocurrency market.
While digital currency enthusiasts should take heart in Bitcoin’s first monthly increase since July, the outlook for the original cryptocurrency remains cloudy.
Bitcoin has rallied above $4 000, leading the broad cryptocurrency market higher as the biggest digital asset headed for its best week in a year.
Bitcoin advocates are asking how low will we go from here as the world’s largest cryptocurrency continued to slump following its biggest one-day loss in eight months.
Extracting a dollar's worth of cryptocurrency such as bitcoin from the deep Web consumes three times more energy than digging up a dollar's worth of gold, researchers said.
A consortium led by a prominent Seoul plastic surgeon has purchased a controlling stake in South Korea's largest cryptocurrency exchange, according to reports.
Crypto analysts are split on whether Bitcoin’s rise this year is driven by unique factors or is just its latest bout of volatility.
Bitcoin has climbed above the $11 000 level for the first time since mid-July and led gains among the biggest cryptocurrencies, as risk assets across Asia and Europe tumbled on escalating trade-war tensions.
Bitcoin has dipped almost 8% on Thursday, extending losses the day after US Federal Reserve chairperson Jerome Powell called for a halt to Facebook's Libra.
Bitcoin has soared to the highest level in a year, extending a run that’s seen prices more than double since March.
Bitcoin climbed to a fresh 2019 high, approaching the $6 000 level for the first time since November on most cryptocurrency exchanges.
The SA Reserve Bank has invited the public to comment on the proposals of policy and regulation on cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
Bitcoin’s slump has accelerated, with the largest cryptocurrency approaching another fresh low for the year.
Bitcoin may have a large carbon footprint, but cleaner digital currencies aren't going to prevent an environmental disaster, says Steven Huckle.
Bitcoin has its 10th birthday, but may have little to celebrate as the cryptocurrency faces year-on-year losses.
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