Bitcoin has historically performed poorly leading up to CME futures expiry, a correlation traders might not want to ignore.
"DEX" is a hot buzzword in crypto trading, but the current models actually offer a spectrum of technologies with varying degrees of centralization.
When it comes to making big money in trading, the trend is your friend. But spotting the trend early is challenging. That's where flags can help.
Bulls are back with a vengeance as shown by a 100 percent increase in trading volume from just four days ago.
Bitcoin is inching its way closer to the $7000 dollar range, but there are key technical hurdles in its way to greener pastures.
Bitcoin has teased the bulls several times over the past few weeks, but the charts suggest today's rally might hold more weight.
XRP and other well-known crypto assets are sitting on dangerous grounds as they print new price lows not seen since 2017.
The most popular dapps face unique barriers to full decentralization that don't have much to do with the normal scaling complaints about ethereum.
The price of bitcoin fell to within $100 of its 2018 low Friday morning as last weeks rally proved to be short-lived.
The St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank is now tracking the prices of four top cryptos in its economic research database, FRED.