• markets report bitcoin price
    Bitcoin,  Markets Report

    Markets Report: Bitcoin Zeroes in on $17,000 after top four daily close

    Amid ongoing volatility, Bitcoin triggers bounces off lower levels as one analyst says a temporary top likely appeared above $18,000

    Bitcoin looked set to retest $17,000 on Nov. 19 as local highs gave way to choppier conditions in recent trading. Data from price trackers including CoinMarketCap showed BTC/USD expanding its latest trading corridor between $17,500 and $18,420, dropping to lows of $17,250 over the past 24 hours.

  • Markets report bitcoin price
    Bitcoin,  Markets Report,  Opinion

    Markets Report: Bitcoin tests $13,000 as analyst pins hopes on record monthly close

    A weaker 24 hours for Bitcoin comes as the U.S. dollar currency index makes fresh gains and gold also weakens

    Bitcoin struggled to maintain $13,000 support on October 29 as a rejection at $14,000 sparked 24 hours of downward price pressure. Data from price tickers including CoinMarketCap showed BTC/USD in a less bullish position on Thursday, briefly dipping back into the $12,000 range overnight.

  • Poloniex denier Justin Sun, CEO of Tron.
    Alt coins,  People

    Poloniex Boots DigiByte after founder’s Tron attack

    Calling someone you’re doing business with a ‘con man’ is a pretty good way to ensure you won’t do business with them again

    Cryptocurrency Exchange Poloniex is delisting DigiByte's DGB token after its CTO, Jared Tate, went on a Twitter rant. His target, Tron CEO Justin Sun, first denied and then admitted to being part-owner of Poloniex recently.

  • President Donald Trump and Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) agree on their dislike of the Facebook-backed Libra cryptocurrency (Photo composite from images by Gage Skidmore of Peoria, AZ, and the U.S. Congress)
    Bitcoin,  Libra,  United States

    President Trump slams Bitcoin, piles on Facebook’s Libra

    Donald Trump and Rep. Maxine Waters actually agree on something: Facebook’s cryptocurrency is a bad idea

    Facebook is so powerful it can even make President Donald Trump agree with Rep. Maxine Waters, the liberal House Democrat from California’s 43rd district, near Los Angeles.