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Near Record-Breaking Low Volatility Could Precede a Bitcoin Bull Run

Bitcoin, according to one economist, is the fastest and highest rising asset of all time, thanks in part to its speculative nature, near endless potential, and to the built-in difficulty adjustment that throws off supply and demand balance which…
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Analyst: Bitcoin Price Must Get Above $3,700 in Order for Crypto Markets to Surge

Although this week was off to a volatile start, as the days went on Bitcoin began finding increased stability in the $3,600 region. This stability has led to a bout of sideways trading for the entire crypto markets, which have drifted down slightly…
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Bitcoin Price Volatility is Down 98% Year-on-Year

Bitcoin price volatility has crashed in the last 12 months as the bear market killed off the speculative frenzy. The daily volatility, as represented by the spread between the price high and price low, stood at $61 yesterday – down a staggering…
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Crypto Volatility Returns, Is It a Sign of The Market Bottom?

Back in the latter half of 2017 many of the cryptocurrencies experienced wild price swings with double digit pump and dumps several times a week. This volatility was seen to be the detractor of wider spread adoption, though easy to make, or…
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Crypto Markets See Mild Volatility on The Day, Fail to Hold Sharp Rebound Trend

Saturday, Nov. 23: crypto markets have seen some volatility on the day, but failed to hold a sharp rebound attempt. The top 20 cryptocurrencies by market cap are seeing their prices stabilize after another sell-off yesterday, according to CoinMarketCap. As…
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Bitcoin Volatility Hits 17-Month Low, What’s Next?

Bitcoin’s volatility rates have hit a 17-month low, due to a combination of a slow news cycle and low trading volume, leading some investors to believe that the lack of volatility could signal a maturing market. Despite this, debate remains…
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EU Report: State Cryptocurrencies Could Create a Stable Financial System

An EU report has concluded that central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) could pave the way towards a more stable financial system due to their ‘disruptive’ ability. It also recognised the opportunities for oppressed countries to…