BTCChina completely exits crypto trading business as China ramps up crackdown
BTCChina has announced a full exit from its cryptocurrency trading business as China continues to increase its crackdown on cryptocurrencies.
Crypto bloodbath: Bitcoin down over 30%, Ether down about 46%
As of press time, data from the Huobi platform shows Bitcoin falling below $30,000, down 32% from 24 hours ago and a new low since January.
China's official securities media calls for tighter regulation of cryptocurrency trading
Commentary published in China's official securities media is often highly regarded as it may signal the direction of regulatory winds. Now, the latest commentary calls for tighter regulation of cryptocurrency trading.
Bitcoin falls below $50,000
Bitcoin fell below $50,000 for the first time since March 8, down more than 8% from 24 hours ago, Bitstamp data shows.
Bitcoin keeps bleeding, drops 6% to below $53,000
In the past week, bitcoin's price has fallen about 17% from $63,640.
Bitcoin breaks $63,000 to set new all-time high
Bitcoin surpassed $63,000 and Ether surpassed $2,200 on April 13, both setting new all-time highs, according to CoinMarketCap.
Chinese beauty app Meitu's Bitcoin and Ether purchases done by Coinbase
Crypto exchange Coinbase revealed on March 24 that its institutional custody platform helped Chinese tech company Meitu purchase and custody about $90 million in Bitcoin and Ether.
Chinese beauty app Meitu spends another $50 million on Bitcoin and Ether
Just 12 days after its initial purchase of tens of millions of dollars in Ether and Bitcoin, the Chinese beauty app Meitu has made another move.
Bitcoin pulls back about $5,000 from intra-day high
A survey conducted by Mizuho showed that about 10 percent of the US stimulus check could be used to buy bitcoin and stocks, equating to a total of about $40 billion.
Bitcoin touches $60,000 for first time in history
Bitcoin touched $60,000 for the first time in history, rising about 6 percent in 24 hours. Bitcoin's price is now up about 1,400% from last March's low of about $4,000.