Month: May 2023

The cryptocurrency market experienced a dull month with Bitcoin (BTC) dropping 7.37%, its worst performance since November 2022 and Ethereum (ETH) losing 0.22% in May.  The average loss across the market stands at 5.62% on the last day before the monthly close. However, some outliers posted impressive gains thanks to popular investment narratives and the
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Bitcoin (BTC) tested $27,000 on May 31 as weakness prevailed into the monthly close. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart on Bitstamp. Source: TradingView Analyst: Bitcoin reaching “crucial area” Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView followed BTC/USD as it continued to lose momentum after local highs near $28,500. As early-week excitement faded, traders and analysts warned
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Ben.eth, the pseudo-anonymous memecoin creator behind at least three controversial token launches in recent weeks could fall under the crosshair of United States regulators, crypto lawyers suggest. A previously little-known personality in the crypto community, Ben.eth has seen his Twitter following blow up nearly five-fold in May. The influencer has launched at least three memecoins
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A team of researchers from Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg recently published a paper detailing methods investigators and courts can use to determine the validity of deanonymized data on the Bitcoin (BTC) blockchain. The team’s preprint paper, “Argumentation Schemes for Blockchain Deanonymization,” lays out a blueprint for conducting, verifying and presenting investigations into crimes involving cryptocurrency transactions. While the
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Bitcoin and the S&P 500 Index (SPX) recovered from their respective intra-week lows to finish last week on a positive note. The recovery was largely driven by the expectations of a debt ceiling deal being reached between the White House and congressional Republicans.  While the short-term picture looks promising, traders should not let their guard down.
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After a long period of unusually low volatility, Bitcoin’s next major price move is likely imminent and could drive BTC to $32,000, according to James Check, the lead on-chain analyst at Glassnode. That price level is where Bitcoin’s “true cost basis is sitting,” Check explained in an exclusive interview with Cointelegraph.  To calculate Bitcoin’s average
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