Author: Cointelegraph By Joel Comm

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It’s been a strange week for BTC as we move forward in our new mining rewards era. The price ends the week down but a late rally has pushed it back over $9,000. Technical analysts expect Bitcoin to continue rising based on the liquidation range of short positions, a discussion of cryptocurrency in Goldman Sachs’s […]

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It’s been a good week for Bitcoin. The halving doesn’t seem to have done the top cryptocurrency any harm at all, with the dollar value up more than 8 percent over the previous week. Ethereum is up more than 10 percent which just shows that the opportunity for blockchain-based solutions are still red-hot. If you’re […]

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The halving came and the halving went, which means that miners now only get 6.25 Bitcoins for each block and we only have about 1450 days to wait until the next one. That’s something to look forward to, especially as this halving didn’t seem to do much harm. The price didn’t move very much, suggesting […]

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It’s been a good week for Bitcoin. After languishing at around $6,700, the cryptocoin is up more than 6 percent over the last week to take it above $7,000. And the next halving is now less than three weeks away. Changpeng Zhao is looking further ahead. He predicts that in a few months, as governments […]

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Bitcoin has had a rough week, down around 9 percent and trading below $6,700. Ross Ulbricht, the founder of Silk Road, believes we’re in a bear market that could even take the price under $3,200. Ulbricht is serving two life sentences for money laundering, computer hacking, and conspiracy to traffic narcotics. Mike Novogratz disagrees. The […]

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Bitcoin is still floating comfortably around $7,000 after a week in which it’s risen more than ten percent. Over at Bitcoin.com, the news is not so good. Candor, a site that lists jobs lost to the coronavirus, has reported that Roger Ver is planning to lay off half his company’s workforce. Ver has dismissed the […]


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