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    Bitcoin,  Markets Report

    Markets report: Bitcoin passes $15.6K as difficulty drop normalizes fees

    Bitcoin begins to rebuild miner strength while retaining higher prices as network performance runs exactly to schedule

    Bitcoin is cementing $15,500 support on November 11 as positive news from within the industry and beyond buoys the bulls. Data from price trackers including CoinMarketCap shows BTC/USD retaining $15,000 support over the past 24 hours, with lows of $15,125. Highs of $15,700 have followed, with press-time levels focusing on $15,600.

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    Bitcoin,  Markets Report

    Bitcoin stabilizes above $15K after Stanley Druckenmiller says he owns BTC

    A volatile period is punctuated by a day of relative peace for Bitcoin traders, as $15,400 forms a temporary focal point

    Bitcoin showed rare calm on November 10 as volatility gave way to smaller movements above $15,000. Data from price trackers including CoinMarketCap and TradingView showed BTC/USD hovering in a tighter range on Tuesday, focused on around $15,400.

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    Bitcoin,  Markets Report

    Markets Report: Bitcoin Rebounds to $15.5K After Heavy Weekend Volatility

    A brief dump to $14,400 does not last long for Bitcoin, which subsequently recovered almost all of its losses as the week began

    Bitcoin starts a new week in a volatile state as the world wakes up to a new U.S. president—what lies in store for cryptocurrency markets? The weekend proved to be a cap on Bitcoin’s rapid gains from the previous week. As Modern Consensus reported, the largest cryptocurrency kept rocketing upwards, passing $15,000 on Friday and going to hit $15,950—its highest since January 2018.

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    Bitcoin,  Markets Report

    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.

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