Bitcoin’s rebound continued on Tuesday as the largest cryptocurrency climbed past the $8 000 level for the first time in two months.
Bitcoin pushed above $7 500 on Monday as the largest cryptocurrency resumed an advance that has carried it to the highest in two months.
Cryptocurrencies extended their rebound on Wednesday as bitcoin traded above $7 500 for the first time in a month, shrugging off security and regulatory concerns that have plagued the digital currency.
Bitcoin is headed for its biggest increase in two weeks on Monday amid a steady drip of news reports suggesting some of the biggest names in investing are starting to embrace digital currencies.
Bitcoin traded above $6 000 on Monday morning after dropping below that level for the first time since February over the weekend, with the digital currency heading for a second straight quarterly decline
Cryptocurrencies dropped after the second South Korean exchange in as many weeks said it was the victim of a theft, renewing concerns about the safety of digital-asset trading venues. Bithumb, ranked by Coinmarketcap
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Bitcoin extended losses for a third day, tumbling 12% on Sunday as South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Coinrail said there was a “cyber intrusion” in its system. The largest cryptocurrency declined to US$6 749 as of 2pm in New
Bitcoin slumped to the lowest level since December in Asia trading hours as cryptocurrencies continued a January selloff amid rising scrutiny from global regulators. Bitcoin fell 6.3% to US$13 040 at 10.32am in Hong Kong, the lowest
Bitcoin slumped as South Korea’s justice ministry reiterated a proposed ban on cryptocurrency venues, fuelling concern that a government crackdown will erode one of the world’s biggest sources of demand for digital currencies