Bitcoin drops 7.9% to $61,842

Bitcoin drops 7.9% to $61,842

The world’s biggest and best-known cryptocurrency is down 16.2 per cent from the year’s high of $73,794 on March 14

Bitcoin tops $72,000 as demand frenzy intensifies

Bitcoin hits record above $72,000 as demand frenzy intensifies

The world’s most valuable cryptocurrency has been boosted by a flood of cash into new spot bitcoin exchange-traded funds

Bitcoin surges past $68,000, in sight of record high

Bitcoin soars above $68,000 as it nears 2021 all-time high

The cryptocurrency has gained 50 per cent this year amid a surge in inflows into US-listed bitcoin funds

Bitcoin breaches $64,000 as records beckon

Bitcoin bounces beyond $64,000 as records beckon

The cryptocurrency has gained 50 per cent this year and most of the rise come in the last few weeks where trading volume has surged for US-listed bitcoin funds

Crypto market cap sinks below $1tn, Bitcoin near 2022 low

The largest digital token has shed more than 6 per cent so far this week

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Bitcoin tops $25,000 for first time since June amid crypto rally

The largest cryptocurrency rose as much as 2.2 per cent on Sunday to $25,031, its highest level since June 13


Crypto altcoins lead push higher as Bitcoin jumps above $22,000

Ether jumped as much as 10.7 per cent on Tuesday in Asia, while Solana added 13 per cent and Polkadot about 7 per cent

UAE hospitality brand Stella Stays to accept cryptocurrencies

Customers will be able to complete online transactions by paying in Bitcoin, Ethereum and over 35 altcoins directly through Stella Stays’ website


Dubai-based corporate services company accepts cryptocurrency payments

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoin are among the four major cryptocurrencies accepted by SFM

Digital money: Cryptocurrencies becoming more institutional, less obscure

The positive sentiment in the crypto space relies on increased mainstream adoption, as well as on successful developments of technological infrastructure


Cryptocurrency Tether’s market valuation crosses $10bn

At the start of the year, it was valued at $4.1bn