Canadian crypto mining firm Bitfarms sold roughly $62 million worth of Bitcoin (BTC) in June, using the proceeds from the sale to reduce its debt.
More than half of Bitcoin (BTC) addresses are still in profit, raising questions about the severity of the current â€œbear market.â€ Data from on-chain analytics
Bitcoin’s (BTC) month-to-date chart is very bearish and the sub-$18,000 level seen over the weekend was the lowest price seen since December 2020. Bullâ€™s current
According to local news outlet Arz Digital, the day prior, Rajabi Mashhadi, a spokesperson for Iran’s Ministry of Energy, said that the entity would be
Collapsing Bitcoin (BTC) prices are reviving renewed speculation about the demise of the leading cryptocurrency, according to Google search trends. Google searches for â€œBitcoin deadâ€
Bitcoin (BTC) starts a new week still battling for $20,000 support as the market takes in a week of severe losses. What felt all but
Bitcoin (BTC) plummeted to $17,622 on June 18. This marked the first time in Bitcoinâ€™s history that it has fallen below its previous cycle high.
The crypto winter is here. Itâ€™s a trying time as prices grind down, but itâ€™s the best moment to build and learn. For some Bitcoiners,
Bitcoin (BTC) attempted to reclaim $20,000 as support on June 19 as bulls faced a $7,000 weekly red candle. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source:
As a difficult proposition for novice traders, a bear trap can be recognized by using charting tools available on most trading platforms and demands caution