Taxes are due April 17. But with tax-selling pressure out of the way, bitcoin will once again rally and reach $25,000 by the end of 2018, said Tom Lee, managing partner and the head of research at Fundstrat Global Advisors. Lee said
Investing.com – Bitcoin prices continued to rise on Wednesday, despite a U.S. regulator warned that fraud among crypto investment promoters is “widespread”. Bitcoin was trading at $6,840.2 by 11:56PM ET (03:56GMT) on the Bitfinex exchange, up 1.2% over the previous 24 hours.
Source: Money.cnn.com Bitcoin: The Bulls Are Back Bitcoin (BTC-USD, COIN) is in rally mode once again after bouncing off multi-month lows in recent days. The huge uptick came on April 12th as Bitcoin skyrocketed by over $1,000 in about a half hour.
The bitcoin price has surged to $8,450 after recording a 5 percent increase within the past 24 hours. The cryptocurrency market is eyeing a move towards the $350 billion region and it has already crossed $334 billion. Is the Bull Market Back?
Bitcoin is notoriously volatile. Since its inception in 2009, the cryptocurrency has experienced staggering price rises and vertical freefalls that often defy explanation – with some analysts deferring to a 2013 meme describing it as “magic internet money.” But even with this
Bitcoin fell by 3.63% on Monday, more than reversing Sunday’s 1.82% gain, as the cryptomarket turned bearish by late morning, reversing the short-term bullish trend formed through the weekend that saw Bitcoin recover to $7,000 levels. The early morning rally saw Bitcoin
Bitcoin multiplied more than 13 times last year, and the entire cryptocurrency market gained well over $500 billion in paper value. As a result, U.S. households likely owe $25 billion in capital gains taxes for their digital currency holdings, according to estimates
Bitcoin HODLers are seeing some light in the bear-market tunnel. While it remains to be seen whether it’s the end of this year’s slump, the 20 percent gain over the last five days has them cheering. The largest cryptocurrency posted its biggest
Investing.com – Bitcoin and other virtual coins surged on Friday as investors flock back as U.S. tax pressure eased and Santander (MC:SAN) launched an international blockchain payment service. Bitcoin was trading at $8,192.00, gaining 5.74% as of 9:19 AM ET (13:19 GMT)
The push to bankrupt Creevey came after Magnin won a $US665,000 judgment against Creevey in the Supreme Court of NSW in early 2017, including indemnity costs, over a deal linked to the float of the Australian tech company Yuuzoo he cofounded in