Bitcoin traders love hitting buy on their terminals when the price is around $9,000.
Equities continue to beat bitcoin’s performance, but everything is making gains Monday.
Bitcoin briefly broke below $9,000 on Thursday, but the markets remain quiet.
Equities show strength as bitcoin stays rangebound above $9,000.
Bitcoin volatility drops to historic lows as the cryptocurrency stays just above $9,000.
After a quick dip in the crypto market, bitcoin is holding steady amid precariousness in the options market and the greater economic picture.
Bitcoin experienced a dip on Wednesday, but equities and other assets also dropped on an uncertain economic outlook.
Trading volume in the crypto market weakened Tuesday but bitcoin is still holding strong from a recent rally.
Bitcoin is back in bullish territory but can the buying last?
Lower bitcoin spot volumes and flatter-than-usual price action doesn’t mean crypto traders have zero opportunities to capitalize.
Most markets are quiet while activity seems to be increasing on Ethereum’s DeFi network - which could help explain ether’s outperformance of bitcoin in 2020.
There is little to no excitement in the markets today with bitcoin staying steady, which has been the case for its overall price performance the past six weeks.
Equities are winning while bitcoin traders experience a dip in crypto volumes.
Roller-coaster daily trading for bitcoin Monday isn't convincing traders a larger crypto bull market is in the cards.
A somber economic outlook ahead is causing markets to dip, and bitcoin is a part of that sentiment as well.