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Bitcoin’s Bear Case Suggests Move to $28,000 is a Possibility in the Near-Term

Bitcoin’s price action as of late has been quite ambiguous, with buyers and sellers largely reaching an impasse as BTC struggles to gain any decisive momentum The crypto did make an attempt to break above $40,000 yesterday, but the selling pressure here was significant and sparked a rejection Its price has since

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Parabolic rally ‘a real possibility’ after Ethereum price surges to $547

The price of Ether (ETH), the native cryptocurrency of Ethereum, has surpassed $547. Following the breakout, traders are pinpointing several key resistance levels in the near term.In the short term, traders generally foresee $600 as the major resistance area for Ether as it marked the beginning of a bearish trend

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Amended Ripple Class-Action Covers Possibility XRP Is Not a Security

An amendment to the class-action lawsuit against Ripple, filed March 25, included additional claims of false advertising and unfair competition, “under the alternative theory that XRP is not a security.”The disgruntled investors’ sixth and seventh claims for relief would appear to be a direct hedge in the event that

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Ethereum Closes Above $200 and It Has Strong Possibility of Hitting $275 Next

Traders encouraged by Ethereum’s impeccable growth in the decentralized finance (DeFi) sector have pushed its native token Ether to its five-month high.The Ether-to-dollar exchange rate cemented a new yearly peak of $222.63 after surging by 4.55 percent on Friday. The move uphill extended the pair’s year-to-date gains to 71 percent,

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Bank of Canada Exploring Possibility of Launching a Digital Currency

Bank of Canada, the Canadian central bank, is exploring the possibility of launching a digital currency that would replace cash and track how people spend their money. The aim of the proposed currency would be to mitigate the “direct threat” posed by cryptocurrencies to the economic sovereignty of governments and central

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