|Day's range||161.71 - 204.56|
|52-week range||3.45 - 401.76|
|Volume (24 hrs)||419.91M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||837.18M|
Bitcoin is on the slide and the rest of the cryptomarkets are following. The threat of government and regulatory oversight has gripped the market and things could deteriorate rapidly if there is a coordinated effort in the coming days.
In a blog post, Coinbase announced it would not be adding any new tokens to its exchange, putting to rest rumors that XRP was a candidate for listing.
Bitcoin experiences dramatic price moves regularly these days. But it's actually been less volatile during the last year than it has for much of its seven-and-a-half-year history.
Bitcoin has lacked direction at the start of the year and investors faced with a number of negatives, those looking towards the Futures market for direction are just getting a sinking feeling.
Cryptoinvestors are going into the New Year cautiously with there being no major moves through the early part of the day. That certainly doesn’t mean that it’s not going to be another chaotic year in the markets, with regulatory risk becoming a key concern for investors.
The price of bitcoin is down more than 25 percent from its recent all-time highs, spurred by futures listings from major derivatives exchanges.
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GDAX, the digital asset exchange run by Coinbase, has resumed trading of bitcoin cash hours after its initial – and tumultuous – effort.
Charlie Lee, creator of Litecoin, announced he has sold all his litecoin so as not to be accused of any insider trading or pump-and-dump promoting.
The creator of litecoin is no longer an investor in the cryptocurrency, according to a post he authored on Reddit Wednesday.
Exchange startup Coinbase is taking steps to ensure its policies were followed over allegations employees may be trading on preferential information.
Coinbase, the leading mainstream brokerage for buying bitcoin, has added bitcoin cash, now the fourth cryptocurrency you can buy on Coinbase.
Coinbase launched bitcoin cash exchange trading Tuesday, but operations were anything but smooth. The feature was abruptly pulled after going live.