The cryptocurrency asset class saw a broad sell-off on Saturday after bitcoin passed a notable milestone in its price history.
Bitcoin markets rose above $5,000 for the first time after a week of rising prices.
BTC-e has posted a new update claiming that funds withdrawals will be activated starting tomorrow.
Having briefly topped the $4,800 mark for the first time yesterday, bitcoin’s price has bounced back to achieve a new high of almost $4,880 today.
Gains have been made across many of the top cryptocurrencies today, with litecoin achieving a new all-time high.
The price of bitcoin has risen above $4,800 for the first time, market data reveals.
A new web portal for the troubled bitcoin exchange BTC-e has been launched, allowing users to access and check their balances.
With a shallow market for shorting bitcoin, a Chicago market data firm is bringing a new tool to U.S. retail investors.
Bitcoin prices are breaking above $4,700 again, just a day after the cryptocurrency’s previous all-time high.
BTC-e has released a new update about its relaunch plans weeks after it was the target of a US crackdown.
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