Crypto markets appear to be losing some of their recent bullish momentum, but a favorable tailwind from equities markets could catalyze a breakout in Bitcoin and select altcoins.
Bitcoin and altcoins are beginning to flash signals of a potential trend change, but a handful of downside risks remain.
BTC and many altcoins are kicking up dust after the Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell discussed the possibility of smaller rate hikes in 2023, but is the momentum sustainable?
Turmoil in China, concerns over the global economy and BlockFi’s bankruptcy filing are all weighing on crypto markets this week.
Bitcoin and most major altcoins are witnessing a relief rally but higher levels are likely to attract strong selling by the bears.
Ardana developers claimed back in January that “almost all of the product/smart contract development is finished.”
Crypto markets have started the week on a weak note, suggesting that buyers remain skeptical about buying any significant dips.
Bitcoin and select altcoins are struggling to rise above their immediate resistance levels, indicating that bears remain in full control.
The recovery in BTC and altcoins fizzled out fast, suggesting that investors continue to maintain a risk-off stance to all cryptocurrencies.
According to Charles Hoskinson, projects that have survived both bull and bear markets over the years were “resilient under an adversarial load” — and many DeFi protocols weren’t.