Bitcoin flattened $18,000 on Nov. 18 as the largest cryptocurrency’s 2020 bull run continued to wow spectators. Data from price trackers including CoinMarketCap saw Bitcoin abruptly charge through the $18,000 wall overnight on Tuesday, reaching $18,420 before reversing.
Markets Report: Bitcoin hits $17,000 amid forecasts that All-Time Highs are next
$1,000 of gains in a single day mimic Bitcoin’s 2017 bull run in style but not substance, analysts say as price barriers tumble
Bitcoin gained over $1,000 to surge to more than $17,000 on November 17 as a night of steady trading culminated in a fresh uptick. Data from price trackers including CoinMarketCap showed Bitcoin reclaiming yet another milestone price level on Tuesday, with bulls firmly shaking off the weekend’s wobble.
Markets Report: Bitcoin Hits $16,400 as Temporary Bearishness Fades Fast
Another bullish start to the week sees Bitcoin in a prime position to tackle three-year highs of $16,500 and more
Bitcoin is bullish again as a new week begins and markets shrug off a weekend reversal — where’s the market heading? Markets worldwide are turning green in a curious countermove to the overarching narrative — coronavirus, lockdown and stifled economic activity.
Markets Report: Bitcoin hits 3-year resistance amid warnings of dip to $11,600
A night of significant gains culminates in rejection at $16,000, but a simple supply and demand equation may pave the way for more
Bitcoin is heading towards the end of a hectic week ranging between $15,000 and $16,000 on November 6. In what has become one of the most remarkable periods in Bitcoin’s history, the largest cryptocurrency has hit levels not seen since the end of its previous bull market in late 2017.