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Not More Than 50 Altcoins Will Exist in the Future; Should Crypto Investors be Worried?
November 29, 2019 0 75
Nobody seems to be talking about the altcoin market anymore. All the focus has been on Bitcoin and the very few cryptocurrencies that sit among the top 5. This scenario ...
Is this a Good Time to Buy Bitcoin?
November 22, 2019 0 79
The Bitcoin marketplace is a classic example of what volatility represents. One moment the Bitcoin price is headed upwards, the next moment it comes crashing. This kind of behaviour leaves ...
Bitcoin Falls Below $8,000 As Bears Look to Push Price Even Lower
November 21, 2019 0 69
Bitcoin price has broken finally Broken the $8,000 support region, after struggling for several days. This move now puts the leading cryptocurrency in a bearish position as the year draws ...
Bitcoin Will Hit $100,000 in 2020, Altcoins Will Rise Too
November 15, 2019 0 63
Bitcoin seems to be on a delicate balance, giving rise to varying speculations of which direction it will go next. While a segment of the crypto community anticipate an upward ...
Why Bitcoin’s Next ‘Halving’ May Not Pump the Price Like Last Time
November 10, 2019 0 61
Whether you call it the “halving” or the “halvening,” one of the few things we can be sure of in crypto is that the conversation around bitcoin’s upcoming reduction in ...
Bitcoin May See November Price Boost With Halving Due in Six Months
October 31, 2019 0 110
View Bitcoin tends to pick up a strong bid six months ahead of the reward halving, according to historical data. With the halving event due in May 2020, BTC may ...
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