Bitcoin Spot ETF was approved by the US Securities and Exchange Commission, marking January 10 as a historic moment for BTC holders. The approval has…
Bitcoin eases from the highest since April 2022 in early Tuesday’s trading, after hitting levels above 47000 on Monday, in renewed attempt to break out of the multi-week range.
Chainlink (LINK) price fell nearly 11% in the past week amidst speculation of Bitcoin Spot ETF rejection by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The blockchain oracle token’s on-chain metrics paint a bullish picture for LINK price recovery this week.
Litecoin (LTC) price has not shown strength after the January 3 crash, indicating that investors are engrossed in the newer coins. If the crypto market continues to move sideways, LTC is likely going to slide lower before any buyers show up.
Ethereum (ETH) price is attempting a recovery bounce that could kickstart a run-up to new yearly highs. Supporting on-chain and technical indicators add credence to this bullish ETH outlook.
Bitcoin price took a hit on Thursday, resulting in the entire crypto market noting a dip. The sudden drop in price was nothing but a panicked reaction from the investors thanks to the emergence of a report from Matrixport.
Major crypto and Bitcoin mining-related stocks, which tumbled as much as 17% on the last day of trading in 2023, were simply part of a “healthy pull back,” says a Bitcoin analyst.
BTC price predictions diverge over the contentious ETF decision date, with many Bitcoin traders expecting a comedown after initial spike higher.
Ripple’s Chief Legal Officer, Stuart Alderoty, highlighted that the Judge presiding over the Terraform case did not criticize or even cite Judge Torres’ Ripple ruling. Alderoty called out the SEC for its “forever” crypto ground war.
Newly compiled data from BitMEX Research estimates there are 163 crypto ETPs available today, with $50.6 billion in assets under management.