Bitcoin Price Watch: Tom Lee Predicts New Bull Run in August

At press time, the father of cryptocurrency is trading for $3,974.

Bitcoin Hits $4,050. Could This Be the Beginning of the Journey Back to Previous Highs?

Bitcoin has hit $4,000 again.

Bitcoin Price is Seemingly on Track to hit $4,000 yet Traders Don’t Seem Impressed

The big question of this weekend is whether or not the Bitcoin price will surpass $4,000 and potentially stay there for some time to come.

Bitcoin Price Watch: Why Doesn’t the Currency Seem to Be Moving Much?

Since our last price piece, bitcoin – the father of cryptocurrency – has risen by an additional $100 and is now trading for over $3,800.

Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC/USD Market Still Optimistic

By Dmitriy Gurkovskiy, Chief Analyst at RoboForex At the time of writing, Bitcoin price is currently at $3,753 after dropping over $100 the day prior.

Bitcoin Price – 3 Black Crows Set Stage for a Bearish Breakout

black crows set stage for bearish breakout Support levels set at 3800 The Bitcoin price has been bearish on the last few hours.

Bitcoin Price Watch: Currency Enters Week on a Bearish Note

Source: Shutterstock At press time, the father of cryptocurrency has entered a two-week low and is now trading for just over $3,700.

Bitcoin Price Watch: 2019 Could Bring About Another Bull Run

At press time, the father of cryptocurrency is trading for just over $3,800.

Bitcoin Price Forecast Feb 21st: Consolidating Market Ideal for an Intra Range Strategy

The resistance levels of 4050-4100 on BTCUSD seem to hold as it is currently trading sideways.

Bitcoin Price Analysis – BTCUSD Rallies to Achieve New High in the Last 24 Hours

BTC gains 7% in the last 24 hours Price breaks resistance level to achieve new high of 4000 New support levels set at 3760 After a period of consolidation, Bitcoin price finally managed to breach the resistance level of 3700 to achieve new highs and set new support levels.

Bitcoin Price Watch: Currency Spikes to Its Highest Point in Weeks

At press time, the father of cryptocurrency is trading for just under $3,900.

Bitcoin Price Surges To $3,775 For First Time In A Month As The Market Regains $7 Billion

Bitcoin has registered a 4.

Bitcoin Price Watch: Developments Continue Despite Stagnant Prices

At press time, the father of crypto is trading for about $3,418 and has remained relatively stable over the past seven days.

Bitcoin Price Watch: The Next 12 Months May Lead to Stagnation

Source: Shutterstock At press time, the father of cryptocurrency is trading for about $3,424.

Bitcoin Remains Range-Bound at $3,600 as Latest Samsung Galaxy Phone Looks to Boost Adoption

Despite a wave of green in the past 24 hours, Bitcoin still remains range-bound below $3,700 for a third week.

Bitcoin Price Watch: Analysts Struggle to Predict Where 2019 Will Take Crypto

At press time, the father of cryptocurrency is trading for about $3,585.

Bitcoin Price Watch: The Currency Is Getting Better and Worse at the Same Time

Source: Shutterstock At press time, the father of cryptocurrency is continuing its descent and is now trading for just over $3,500.

Bitcoin Price Watch: Volatility May Be Increasing, More Drops on the Way?

Source: Shutterstock At press time, the father of crypto has fallen slightly under the $3,600 mark, and bitcoin is now trading for about $3,598.

Bitcoin Price Watch: Currency Remains Sluggish, May Not Have Bottomed

At press time, the father of crypto is trading for an even $3,600.

Bitcoin Price Analysis: Short-term BTC/USD Breakout Seems Imminent

When looking at the overall cryptocurrency market, it is evident most altcoins and tokens require positive Bitcoin price momentum to achieve an uptrend. Unfortunately, the world’s leading cryptocurrency hasn’t done great in this regard. Traders are not too certain what to make of the market, although a potential short-term price increase seems plausible at this stage. Uncertain Bitcoin Price Momentum Remains After the most recent market dip, traders and speculators have become even more wary of Bitcoin than before.

Bitcoin Price Watch: Bitcoin May Need More Regulation if It’s to Succeed

At press time, the father of crypto is still trading in the $3,600 range, suggesting there’s been little change over the past week. Bitcoin has developed comfort in its present position, which is annoying (and disheartening) to the rest of us. At the same time, however, the currency did attempt to break present resistance early this morning by moving (albeit briefly) past the $3,700 mark.

Bitcoin Price Watch: Are Altcoins to Blame for Bitcoin’s Demise?

At press time, the father of cryptocurrency is still trapped in the $3,600 range. Following a near two-week period of meandering about at $4,000, bitcoin is still struggling to regain traction in the crypto market. Interestingly, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has released an argument that seemingly blames altcoins for bitcoin’s latest demise.

Bitcoin Could Fall Below $3,000, Civic CEO States As Currency Drops Another $160

On January 9, Bitcoin dropped $250 in thirty minutes, taking everyone by surprise. The currency traded around $3,800 for a day, but even this couldn’t hold. Earlier today, Bitcoin lost another $160 to trade just above $3,650. A brief fightback saw the currency get back over $3,700, but the rally was shortlived. At press time, Bitcoin was trading at $3690. On Coinbase Pro and Bistamp, the currency was trading below $3,650.

Bitcoin down $250 as Report Claims Russia Might Trigger the Next Bull Run

After spending four days above $4,000, Bitcoin has finally given way. And it has been quite a drop, with the currency losing $250 in the space of thirty minutes. The drop sees it trading at $3816 at press time, having dropped from $4,016. Bitcoin had witnessed yet another 30-minute rally on January 6, gaining over $200 in just thirty minutes to hit $4,080. It was the first time Bitcoin had hit the $4,000 level since Christmas and many viewed it as the first step in a possible 2019 rally.

Bitcoin Price Watch: Currency Maintains Position, but Is Enthusiasm Lacking?

At press time, the father of crypto is maintaining its present position and is staying above $4,000. First reaching this pinnacle a few days ago, bitcoin is keeping up its momentum following a nasty fall in late 2018 that took it down to $3,600 after an extended period of trading in the $6,000 range. One of the big problems still surrounding bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is not volatility, but rather negative sentiment. Many financial leaders still see cryptocurrencies as fantasies – things to dismiss that will ultimately have no bearing on the future of money.