Demand for safe-haven assets rise, putting pressure on cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin remains correlated to the NASDAQ
The demand for riskier assets has gained after the Federal Reserve was less aggressive than expected
Bitcoin formed a bottom around $37,000 and showed a minor pullback.
Ethereum is following Bitcoin as any quantitative tightening will weigh on riskier assets
Bitcoin recovers amid weak macro economic sentiment.
The prospect of a rise in interest rates has dampened crypto assets
Bitcoin sees a decline after hitting a one-week high.
The crypto currency is back over $40,000.
Crypto assets and stocks are highly correlated in 2022.
Bitcoin has performed poorly in recent weeks, losing $10,000.
A potential rate hike has put pressure on cryptocurrencies
BTC nudged above $40,000 after LUNA Foundation Guard bought over $100 million Bitcoin
Cryptocurrency outlook remains bearish after recent gains.
Market sentiment has turned a little on cryptocurrnecies, as markets wait for non-farm payroll data.
Cryptocurrencies have had a strong March, and outlook remains bullish despite the stall in price rises.
The cryptocurrency has had a strong fortnight. Where does it go next?
The cryptocurrency has hit a 3-month high.
Cryptocurrencies are continuing to rise after the gains last week.
The price of Bitcoin was boosted on news that Russia could accept the cryptocurrency for oil and gas payments.
The bullish mood remains around Bitcoin and other currencies thanks to equities.
The cryptocurrencies are waiting to break out of their so-called symmetric triangles.
The outlook for cryptocurrencies is bullish after a period of consolidation.
Both currencies have failed to break recent highs or lows.
The outlook for cryptocurrencies remains relatively bullish. Find out more with our tracker.
The outlook for cryptocurrencies remains bullish, following the Fed's rate increase and positive signals from Russia / Ukraine.