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Revealed: The 3 Reasons Crypto Prices Are Crashing

The price charts resemble battlefields, with red arrows raining down relentlessly. Since the start of the year, the price of bitcoin has fallen by more than 50%, cutting more than $100 billion from its market capitalization. At the time of writing, Satoshi’s digital gold trades for around $6,400 per coin, a far cry from the

Crypto Panic: Find Out Why Bitcoin Prices Are Tanking

Bitcoin touched below $6,000 and dozens of smaller digital tokens including Ether retreated as this month’s sell-off in cryptocurrencies showed few signs of letting up. The largest digital currency fell as much as 6.2 percent to $5,887, the lowest level since June, before paring some of the drop, according to Bloomberg composite pricing. Ether sank

Wall Street Analyst Says Bitcoin Must Not Breach THIS LEVEL or it could be ‘Game Over’

Renaissance Macro Research’s head of technical research Jeff deGraaf concluded it may be “game over” for Bitcoin (BTC) in a new analysis, CNBC reports August 9. In a note to clients, deGraaf, who has received multiple accolades for his trading insights in the past twenty years, claimed Bitcoin’s price movements suggest the largest cryptocurrency is “permanently impaired.” CNBC quotes

Yale economists answer how likely it is that Bitcoin becomes WORTHLESS

Bitcoin captured the attention of investors, celebrities and even NFL playersin 2017, as its price soared from below $1,000 for a single coin at the start of the year to over $19,000 in December. The digital currency underpinned by blockchain technology — a decentralized ledger managed by a network of computers through complex math problems — has since fallen

Bitcoin Price Dives Sharply – Find Out Why

Bitcoin (BTC) prices broke below the $7,000 support level late August 7 to hit lows on Wednesday, August 8 not seen since mid-July, as 99 out of the 100 coins on CoinMarketCap see red. At press time, BTC was trading around $6,499, down around 8.5 percent on the day and capping a turbulent three weeks in which the largest cryptocurrency

Friday Will Be a Critical Test for Bitcoin – And Here’s Why

Bitcoin has regained its footing early Tuesday, trading back above $7,000 as it looks to halt the recent selloff. After logging its eighth losing session in the last nine on Monday, bitcoinBTCUSD, +2.61%  last changed hands at $7,084.77, up 2.4% since Monday 5 p.m. Eastern Time on the Kraken crypto exchange. After a torrid start to August

Bitcoin Breaks a Major Level

Bitcoin rose to an intra-day high of $8,486 and close of $8,396 on July 24 after rebounding from its recent low close of $5,871 on June 28 and its intra-day low of $5,538 on July 2. However, since Tuesday Bitcoin has fallen over $1,000 to just under $7,000 on Saturday. [Ed note: Investing in cryptocoins

BREAKING: Goldman Sachs gives notable Bitcoin prediction

Goldman Sachs’ investment strategy group says bitcoin will continue to decline. It also says the virtual currency meets none of the three definitions of usable money and makes up just 0.3% of global GDP. Bitcoin has declined by 45% in 2018. Follow bitcoin in real-time here.  Despite headline-making plans to open a bitcoin trading desk earlier this year, Goldman Sachs still