Bitcoin started the weekend hovering near $23,000, as markets continued to react to personal consumption data in the United States.
Bitcoin and the wider cryptocurrency market traded sideways on Tuesday as traders digested the gains seen over the past week several weeks.
Bitcoin has lost 1.3% in the last 24 hours, trading at $16,668.68
On Friday, Bitcoin’s price remained relatively stable, near $16,750 on December 22. Bitcoin (BTC), the world’s most popular cryptocurrency, extended its modest gains and closed the day above $16,800.
Global asset prices trended higher on Tuesday with Bitcoin spiking to a daily high of $17,050 while the major stock market indices successfully snapped a five-day losing streak.
News Summary: During the last few weeks, a number of individuals have been discussing the upcoming release of Bitcoin Core version 24.0 and how the codebase will include full-replace-by-fee (RBF) logic. The discussion has become controversial as a few Lightning Network and zero confirmation advocates have expressed a distaste for the full-RBF idea. The CEO of Synonym, […] – Bitcoin News (Japan)
According to the latest data from crypto insights firm Santiment, Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) investors have been making over 4,000 transactions per day this week, each over $1 million.
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Bitcoin is now about half its $69,000 peak in November.
The crypto markets crashed Friday night, with Bitcoin dropping below $35,000 and touching $34,420 before recovering somewhat.