January 2, 2018
While the US Dollar continues its tumbling trend from 2017, now near 4 month lows…
The recent regime in cryptocurrencies has shifted with Ripple being sold and Ethereum heavily bid…
For the first time since 2015, Bitcoin began a new year by declining.
Bitcoin got off to a much stronger start last year, and then kept that momentum going, helping to create a global frenzy for cryptocurrencies. It rose 3.6 percent on the first day of 2017 to $998, data from coinmarketcap.com show. It ended the year up more than 1,300 percent.
This article was posted: Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 7:31 am