The crypto world keeps moving almost without a pause. While in the first half of May everyone was concentrated on the halving of the BTC, now investors may switch their attention to some other factors, which are no less interesting.
This week, the statistics receive all the attention. It will be abundant but investors will not necessarily react to every publication.
Hi everyone. Today, we will answer 3 of the most frequently asked questions about the halving of the Bitcoin in 2020.
The cryptocurrency market is currently experiencing the same decline of traders’ interests as the world of fiat currencies. They take interest in growth when the external fundamental background is stable and risks are “smoothed”. However, there is not much fundamental news at the beginning of April but here’s something worth paying attention to.
The virus spreading across the globe has been the main market driver for several weeks. It seems like since 2014 there has not been anything similar, influencing both the worlds of fiat and crypto money.
2020 for the crypto market is a time of a quality breakout, or at least this is what the users and market participants are expecting. Below, we will discuss some of the expected events and changes.
Top News of the Week: Federal Reserve, Bitcoin and Some Statistics
The first week of July turned out rather quiet for capital markets: the end of June was too busy for investors. However, market players found room for movement even in such calm settings.
Bitcoin has stopped rising by Thu Feb 21, trading around $3,908.37. The current setup is best shown on H1, where the latest upside movement stopped near the current channel resistance.