Bitcoin (BTC) has again defended historically strong price support near $7,700, keeping the hopes of a corrective rally alive. The top cryptocurrency faced selling pressure and fell below $8,000 over the weekend, contradicting the possibility of a recovery rally above $8,500 suggested by a key technical indicator on Friday.

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Cryptocurrency prices wavered on Wednesday following the biggest 24-hour devaluation in months, leaving little guarantee of a swift recovery in the near term. For Ethereum (ETH), the grind lower has been much more extreme when valued against bitcoin (BTC). While the ETH/BTC exchange rate has been in recovery throughout September, the year-to-date picture is grim. How ether performs relative to the ‘king of cryptocurrencies’ offers eye-opening insights into the broader altcoin market.

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The Ethereum price (ETH), which recorded arguably its strongest rally in 2019 from September 7 to 19 fell by nearly 33 percent within a five-day span against the U.S. dollar as the cryptocurrency market corrected.

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Monday, Oct. 7 — Bitcoin (BTC) continues its rebound together with most of the other cryptocurrencies, with notable gainers Chainlink (LINK) and Tron (TRX) breaking 10% gains on the day.

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Facebook’s cryptocurrency Libra has been in hot water ever since the social media giant released the whitepaper earlier this year. Central banks and governments across the globe have put together a concerted effort against Libra, putting Facebook executives in the dock time and again as they fear that the social media giant is out to create a parallel financial system.

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The Los Angeles-based Wave Financial has announced the launch of a bitcoin derivatives-based yield fund and Fidelity will provide custody for the fund’s BTC reserves. Wave Financial’s crypto fund commencement is part of a growing trend toward launching BTC derivatives products. CME Group has also revealed the derivatives marketplace will provide options on its bitcoin futures during the first quarter of 2020.

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The report that the Chinese central bank will launch its digital token in the coming months and seven institutions will be the first to receive it are based on “not reliable” sources, major Chinese news app Tencent News, owned by tech giant Tencent, said today.

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