Bitcoin has once again found itself caught within a bout of consolidation as it ranges sideways above its key near-term support level at $8,700. Despite BTC’s recent sell-off that sent it reeling below $9,000, the cryptocurrency’s bulls have been able to defend this support level, which may be a bullish sign. Although there are analysts...The post Par for the Course: Bitcoin Difficulty Drop Actually a Bullish Sign appeared first on NewsBTC.
Messari closes a $4 million funding round led by Uncork Capital, with the participation of other top investors such as Coinbase Ventures
Tech giant Google is moving into banking. It plans to roll out checking accounts via its Google Pay mobile app as early as next year, reports the Wall Street Journal. Dubbed “Cache” the new platform will be a collaboration with banking partners. Citigroup and a small Stanford University credit union will handle Cache’s regulatory compliance […]The post Blurred Lines: Google to Launch Banks Accounts As Canada’s Biggest Bank Eyes Bitcoin and Crypto appeared first on The Daily Hodl.
The second half of 2019 has been relatively lukewarm from a bullish price perspective. After an aggressive price surge between April and June, the momentum slowly diminished, with many tokens losing cThe post Crypto-growth over 10 years better than a quick rally: eToro CEO appeared first on AMBCrypto.
Bitski, a developer-focused blockchain wallet infrastructure provider, has raised a $1.8M seed round from investors including Galaxy Digital, Winklevoss Capital, and Coinbase.The post Bitski raises $1.8M seed round to develop crypto wallet infrastructure appeared first on The Block.
The peer-to-peer trade volumes of bitcoin spiked in Malaysia as their central bank discussed the prospects of capping cash transactions. The Central Bank of Malaysia announced this week that it is going to introduce a cash transaction limit of RM25,000 (~$6,000) starting next year. Deputy Governor Datuk Abdul Rasheed Ghaffour said all transactions that involve physical cash payments, including payments of goods and services, as well as transfers between two parties, would fall under the newRead MoreThe post Bitcoin Trading Surges as Malaysia Mulls Cash Payment Limit appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
After a dismal start, interest in Bakkt’s physically-settled Bitcoin futures is finally improving. The Intercontinental Exchange-backed venture has just recorded three consecutive days above $10 million in trading. The figures still lag far behind the 24-hour Bitcoin trading volume reported at other large trading venues. Compared to the volumes reported at Bakkt’s debut in September,...The post Bakkt Bitcoin Futures Print Three Consecutive Days of High Volume appeared first on NewsBTC.
Police in Australia arrested a man for running an unregistered crypto exchange and seized a Bitcoin ATM that was being used in the criminal operation. One of the knocks against Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is that they’re used to launder money for criminals or to buy drugs and other illegal things on the dark web. […]The post Busted! Bitcoin ATM Seized by Police appeared first on BitcoinerX.
A new kind of bitcoin trading platform is making its way to the front of the crypto line. Developed by brothers David and Ed Sapper, the platform – known as Block Bid – works as a way of allowing people to utilize crypto the way they would cash on PayPal. Block Bid – The PayPal...The post Block Bid Is a Different Way to Trade BTC and Crypto appeared first on Live Bitcoin News.
Half a Billion Dollars in Bitcoin (BTC) Suddenly on the Move As Leading Crypto Consolidates at $8,800
Bitcoin whales are on the move as the price of the leading cryptocurrency consolidates around $8,800. In the last 24 hours, some of the biggest Bitcoin holders on the ledger moved 57,421 BTC worth about $502.6 million. Most of the BTC was moved between wallets of unknown origin. One of the transfers sent 1,487 BTC […]The post Half a Billion Dollars in Bitcoin (BTC) Suddenly on the Move As Leading Crypto Consolidates at $8,800 appeared first on The Daily Hodl.