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Bitcoin price – live: Crypto comeback stalls as dogecoin and ethereum fall again and Musk posts memes

Bitcoin price – live: Crypto comeback stalls as dogecoin and ethereum fall again and Musk posts memes

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Bitcoin, Ethereum (ether), Cardano (ada) and dogecoin are all trending upwards on Thursday, as a buoyant crypto market finally shows signs of recovery.

Following a quiet couple of days at the start of June, positive news about dogecoin being added to Coinbase saw a sudden surge in price for the meme-inspired cryptocurrency on Wednesday.

It shot up by more than a third within the space of just a few hours and continues to trade above $0.40 amid online rallying cries from the “Doge Army” to push it past its previous all-time high of $0.72 to $1.

Bitcoin, which had stuck to a relatively narrow band between $34,000 and $38,000 since late May, finally broke out of it on Thursday morning and now looks to be testing $40,000. Ether has seen a similar 4 per cent rise and is now pushing back towards $3,000.

We’ll have all the latest news and updates from the crypto market right here.

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The Chinese government’s crackdown is not only affecting cryptocurrency investors in the west; it is also causing a reported exodus of miners in China too. Over 65 per cent of miners working on the bitcoin blockchain were based in China, but some miners are trying to lose their rigs, Wired reports.

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Musk memes make market miserable

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Experts’ insight into bitcoin and ethereum – and predict emerging altcoins

In the latest of our AMA series on cryptocurrencies, our Anthony Cuthbertson has sat down with experts to get their view on where things might be going in the future.

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Elon Musk posts crypto memes

Elon Musk has been reacting to the recent downturn in classic fashion – with memes. He’s posted two crypto-themed jokes overnight. (On an evening that has also seen a SpaceX launch.)

I’m not sure what this one has to do with bitcoin – or just heartbreak.

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A day is a long time in the crypto market and after yesterday’s positivity – it saw all the major currencies on CoinMarketCap up, for the first time in a long time – they’re back down again over the last day. Everything is in the red, and the market has dropped by 1.6 per cent.

And most things is still green over the week. Every major currency apart from bitcoin has made gains in the last seven days, though some of them more modest than others.

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Bitcoin 2021 ‘biggest crypto event in history’

The “largest bitcoin event in history” is underway in Miami, with organisers expecting up to 50,000 people to descend on the city for the conference.

Bitcoin 2021 was originally set to take place in Los Angeles in April but had to be put back and moved due to the pandemic.

Miami will be a very welcoming host, with Mayor Francis Suarez previously stating his ambition for his hometown to become a crypto hub. He’s even looking into ways for citizens to pay their taxes using cryptocurrency.

You can read the full story here:

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Elon Musk sentiment plummeted with bitcoin price

Elon Musk’s tweets and comments relating to cryptocurrency have a tendency to move markets – in both directions.

When he announced that Tesla would accept bitcoin payments, the price sky rocketed. When he said that crypto payments would no longer be accepted, it crashed. (His ability to affect the trajectory of dogecoin is even more profound, though this is nearly unanimously positive.)

New analysis from sentiment tracking firm Awario has revealed that the ratio of positive-to-negative tweets about Musk shifted significantly towards the negative in May, corresponding with the plummeting price of bitcoin. Tracking certain key words found that online attitude shifted towards the tech billionaire at almost the exact moment he withdrew bitcoin support and the market turned.

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It once again demonstrates the growing influence Musk has in the space, as well as how divisive his presence within it is.

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Bitcoin price to see new all-time high this month?

With bitcoin inching ever closer to $40,000, some analysts are hopeful that the current uptick can continue for the rest of the month towards a new all-time high.

This is a hugely optimistic prediction, and only based on previous market patterns, but its indicative of a more general feeling of positive sentiment at the start of a new month.

Bitcoin is now up by more than 5 per cent over the last 24 hours, and is reaching towards the highest its been since this time last week.

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Positive moves take crypto market up more than 6%

As every major cryptocurrency experiences gains over the last day, so does the market as a whole: it’s up 6.6 per cent at the moment, and is now worth almost $1.8 trillion, according to CoinMarketCap.

There has also been a lot of trading, according to the same tracker. It’s up and it’s busy, for the first time in a while.

Andrew Griffin3 June 2021 11:26

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