Crypto Market Collapses: Bakkt Has A Hard Start With Bitcoin Futures

A long-awaited opportunity to trade Bitcoin future has started this week with Bakkt’s launch. The startup is a subsidiary of the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), which operates the world-famous New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The company has attracted a number of potent investors, Boston Consulting Group, Microsoft Ventures, Horizons Ventures, Starbucks and Pantera Capital, who together

Bitcoin falls under the $11,000 mark again

After last week’s push for over $ 12,000, traders at Bitcoin see a steady sell-off this week, with BTC temporarily holding the $ 11,000. It was finally broken yesterday, Tuesday, after the United States Trade Representative — for short: USTR — announced that that the additional 10 percent tariff on Chinese goods announced by US

Bitcoin’s price jumps back above $11.000

Cryptocurrency prices have gone through a temporary low last week, but they are picking up speed now. Bitcoin has broken through the $ 10,000 mark again and now stands well above $ 11,000. The market capitalization has risen by about 40 billion within the last week and Bitcoin dominates it with about 70 percent. This

Bitcoin Fights To Breach The $10.000 Mark

Bitcoin and the entire market have been in a sideways trend since the slump last week. The $ 10,000 mark was tested several times but could not be held so far. It remains exciting in which direction Bitcoin will break. The current market cap of crypto-assets remained constant which shows that Altcoins are strongly dependent

How The Downtrend Of Bitcoin Played Out

The leading cryptocurrency previously arrived where it has been several times this year: under the important $10,000 mark. The market cap of crypto-assets traded on exchanges was around $270 billion, more than $30 billion over the past four days. Most other crypto assets were also in the downward trend. There were several reasons for this:

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