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The Bitcoin market was surprisingly quiet in the first two months of 2020. While other markets, especially gold, are feeling the effects of the coronavirus panic, cryptocurrencies are maintaining a tight trading range and a medium-term bullish sentiment. The general backdrop has not changed much since December, but there is no way of knowing what …
Crypto-currencies are becoming the new trendy phenomenon in the world of financial scams and naturally raise concerns. This April alone, the Vietnamese government shed light on what has been reported as a $658 million ICO fraud..
One of the benefits of Bitcoin is the ease of sending it to anyone anywhere across the globe as long as the person has a Bitcoin address. While there is no intermediary like banks or agents, you have to pay a certain fee for every transaction.
Slowly but stubbornly, we’re coming to the end of 2020. Just a few months ago, we discussed our long-term plan and the direction of Bitcoin’s progress. All points that we’ve announced now are becoming a reality. Indeed, institutional investors’ participation becomes something ordinary, while just a year ago, this was only rumors around it. Miners …
In the last few weeks, Bitcoin price has been fluctuating between $6,250 and $8,250, after gaining massively from its December low of $3242. At the time of writing, the crypto giant is trading at $7,916 with a 24-hour volume of $24 billion. Meanwhile, BTC continues to dominate the cryptocurrency market, having reached its highest total market percentage since December 2017 when it went over 60%. Currently, its dominance stands at 56.3% with a market cap of $140.7 billion.
The cryptocurrency market is characterized by high volatility that results in booms and busts. Since the introduction of cryptocurrencies, we have seen plenty of swings. The first of these booms was witnessed when Bitcoin rose from as low as $0.003 in 2009 to about $150 by 2013.