Bitcoin Volatility Dives as BTC Price Remains Stable Around 3,900, But Further Losses May be Imminent

Bitcoin’s price has continued to trade sideways around $3,900 as its volatility continues to decrease. Although this stability may be welcomed by some investors who have been tormented by the seemingly constant bouts of volatility in the crypto markets, the current decrease in volatility is likely temporary. Analysts now expect […]

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Bitcoin [BTC/USD] Technical Analysis: Market trend remains unchanged as bear takes the throne

Bitcoin [BTC]’s sideways movement has been an event branded by a lot of officials and professionals as a prequel to a raise to the top. The cryptocurrency market has reflected this behavior too, with the prices staying in the green sometimes and red during others. 1-hour: Bitcoin 1-hour chart | […]

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Pompliano: Bitcoin Could Fall Under $3,000, But It Remains Non-Correlated

As traditional equities have plummeted in value, especially Nasdaq-based technology stocks, interestingly, so has the Bitcoin (BTC) market. This seeming correlation was most recently exemplified by crypto’s tumble on Christmas Eve, as BTC fell from $4,200 to $3,800 as industry commentators were claiming that a “Santa Claus rally” was nigh. […]

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