Bitcoin remains a safe place for investors The market has started a new day in the shadow of the FED's interest rate decision and the negative developments in the banking sector in the USA.
Bitcoin started the day with a green light Bitcoin ended its bearish streak with a 2.14% rise yesterday. Bitcoin, which started the day with a green candle, is priced at $28,620 and is again moving above an important resistance level.
You can now lend cryptocurrencies! Bybit starts the era of effortless crypto lending with its new product. Here are all the details.
Bitcoin and Ethereum weekly analysis: How did they start he new week? Bitcoin and Ethereum have been going up ever since the new year has come and we have now a weekly analysis.
Bitcoin's test continues: What awaits the leader cryptocurrency? Bitcoin, which started the fifth day with a red candle, tested the $30,000 level over the weekend, but broke an important support and shows activity at $28,045 this morning.
Bitcoin continues to try 30 thousand dollars The last working day of the week started with cryptocurrencies rising. Bitcoin, which makes 30 thousand dollars trials, is priced at $ 29,500 in the morning, while Ethereum is priced at $ 1915. The total value of the market is around $1.175 trillion.
Bitcoin shows activity at $28,400 Cryptocurrencies started the day with a green candle and made its investors happy. However, with the news in the evening, the red color dominated the market again.
Bitcoin and Ethereum weekly analysis: What should be our next move? Bitcoin and Ethereum have been showing some positive signs ever since 2023 has come. Here is the weekly analysis.
Cryptocurrency market finally breathes a bit Yesterday, unlike all other investment instruments, the cryptocurrency market rose and diverged positively from the markets. Bitcoin started the day at $ 28,390 with a 4% recovery that came last night.
Bybit to offer amazing Web3 chances Bybit, the third most visited crypto exchange in the world, announced the launch of its token sales platform ByStarter and the platform's first project Sui.