On 18th February at around 01:00 UTC, somebody placed the biggest ever trade in the history of CME futures. Approximately 16,000 contracts were exchanged representing 80,000 BTC – or a notional value of around $320 million.
Bitcoin's three-day price consolidation looks to be a bull breather before a continuation of the recent rally to above $4,000.
QuadrigaCX's "hot" wallets for bitcoin and ether have been nearly emptied, with the funds now held by court-appointed monitor EY.
A much-followed bitcoin price indicator has turned bullish for the first time in seven months, indicating a trend change in the market.
The world’s second largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization has seen a stronger showing from the bulls after rising 36.77 percent in February so far.
The total trading volume in the cryptocurrency market recorded yesterday reached a its highest amount since April 25, 2018.
Bitcoin could revisit December highs above $4,200 in the near-term as the recent rally is backed by a surge in trading volumes.
Cryptocurrencies can't match gold on stability and volume, and are not a direct competitor, says the World Gold Council.
The VanEck/SolidX bitcoin ETF proposal is slated for publication in the Federal Register tomorrow, giving the SEC 45 days to approve, reject or extend a decision on it.
The amount of money allocated to short bets against bitcoin fell to a more than 6-month low today.