|Day's range||569.423 - 605.245|
|52-week range||147.30 - 3,159.22|
|Volume (24 hrs)||28.33k|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||267.24M|
Monday, June 11: President Donald Trump clashes with America's key allies at G7 summit in Canada before heading off to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un; billions in cryptocurrency was lost after South Korea's Coinrail was hacked; Elon Musk's Boring Company flamethrower, which is branded as 'not a flamethrower,' is now available. Yahoo Finance's Myles Udland pours over the details.
Hong Kong-based OKEx has launched a cryptocurrency exchange-traded fund, following a similar move by rival trading platform Huobi Pro.
Prosecutors in Germany have made an emergency sale of cryptocurrencies seized in two investigations due to concerns over price volatility.
Mobile banking app Revolut now lets users buy, sell and hold Ripple's XRP and bitcoin cash, in addition to bitcoin, litecoin and ether.
Bitcoin's price is slipping below $8,000 again, reaching its 35-day low within just an hour since the trading entered Wednesday morning session.
Gemini exchange has added zcash trading and custody services in New York after receiving authorization from state's Department of Financial Services.
Gemini plans to monitor its exchange for potential illicit activities using Nasdaq's SMARTS Market Surveillance technology.
Bitcoin looks to make a move following a range bound start to the morning, with the Bitcoin bulls having plenty of ground to cover in order to catch up with the rest of the pack.
HODLers may be getting a bad rap, but they're still following the best, most tested investment strategy for market, argues Medici Ventures' COO.
Coinbase's new VC arm raises thorny questions about the influence the startup wields across the crypto market and potential conflicts of interest.
Mark Karpeles has again apologized for his role in the firm's 2014 collapse and said he doesn't want any of the remaining Mt. Gox funds.
The price of ether, the cryptocurrency of the ethereum network, fell below $400 on Thursday for the first time since November.
The price of the XRP cryptocurrency, overseen by startup Ripple, has jumped 16 percent on speculation a major U.S. exchange could add support.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has been hit by a class action lawsuit over alleged insider trading during its launch of bitcoin cash trading.
The cryptobears look to have the final say in what’s been a mixed weekend for Bitcoin. With the exception of Stellar Lumen, its red across the board and investors could be in for a day of heavy losses if sentiment doesn’t shift.
Bitcoin was on the move through the early part of the weekend, while some of the other cryptos struggled for direction. Bitcoin investors will be looking for $12,000, though there we will expect resistance to build as the weekend progresses.
Bitcoin markets were positive during the week, breathing a sigh of relief after forming a very negative candle during the previous week. However, we still face a significant amount of resistance above, and are not out of the woods quite yet.
Bitcoin markets were noisy during trading on Thursday, bouncing around and gaining about 3% as I record this. The market looks very likely to be noisy going forward, and I think there are several areas that we need to pay attention to in this market.
The cryptos are on the move and Bitcoin is looking to move back to $11,000, but there’s a long way to go and the news wires aren’t helping with all of the regulatory chatter.