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Google Searches for ‘Bitcoin’ Starting to Catch Up With $10K Euphoria

Data from Google Trends’ search analytics resource indicates that internet googling of ‘bitcoin’ (BTC) is approaching a monthly high as of today, June 24.According to the data, searches for bitcoin are continuing their ascent in the week after the unveiling of Facebook’s new cryptocurrency and blockchain-powered financial infrastructure project,

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United States Residents Will Lose Access to Many Altcoins Starting in September

Crypto enthusiasts living in the United States will have no trading options for a many cryptocurrencies when the major crypto exchange Binance becomes unavailable for them in September, according to a report by CryptoPotato on June 14.The report draws this conclusion based on the following table, which shows which

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Bitcoin is Starting a Parabolic Bullrun That May Lead it To New ATHs, eToro’s Mati Greenspan Says

Bitcoin seems to be leaving behind the bearish streak of 2018, and an increasing number of analysts are sure that it bottomed at around 3200 USD. Mati Greenspan After making similar claims about the altcoin market, Mati Greenspan, chief analyst of the social trading platform eToro shared his impressions about the current

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5 Reasons Bitcoin Bull Rally is Just Starting after 2019-High Above $5,000

The bitcoin price briefly crossed the $5,000 in several major regions on April 2, officially surpassing the $4,800 mark in global average price.The bitcoin price surges 19 percent within minutes (source: coinmarketcap.com)The somewhat expected increase in the price of bitcoin left many investors, including industry executives, bewildered about the factors

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Bitcoin Struggles to Regain $4,000 Level Starting the New Year: BTCManager’s Week in Review Jan 7

The price of bitcoin traded sideways in the first few days of 2019. The price fluctuated between $3,707 and $3,947 and closed the week effectively unchanged versus last week’s close. As expected, news flow over New Year’s was muted as the first week of January is still a holiday week for

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