The market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies is gyrating around the $500 billion mark – and possibly building a base for a step higher.
Bitcoin bulls remain in control, despite a sell-off overnight, and thus look set to test the long-term inflection point over $12,000.
Bitcoin prices passed $11,600 in the morning’s session, seemingly buoyed by enthusiastic trading in South Korea.
A prominent alternative to the ethereum blockchain is showing signs of building a higher base amid a period of strong market activity.
Bitcoin seems to have found a bottom below $6,000, although a long-term bull revival is still not certain, according to the price charts.
Another week, another spin of the markets. This time, litecoin came out on top with the world’s fifth most valuable crypto posting big gains.
Bitcoin cash has rallied sharply from recent lows, but still remains trapped inside a bearish pattern, price charts indicate.
Having found weak hands above the $10,200 mark in Asian hours, bitcoin has slipped back into four figures.
Bitcoin’s price is back above $10,000.
The recovery of the wider crypto market is looking stronger by the day, and litecoin is leading the way.
Having hit two-week highs, bitcoin is now aiming for the $10,000 mark, but further gains may be transient, the charts indicate.
Litecoin is outshining gains seen in other large-cap cryptocurrencies Wednesday, though the fundamentals of the move may be in question.
Bitcoin looks set to test the $10,000 mark soon, unless the Chinese Lunar New Year throws a spanner in the works.
The price of ethereum classic’s cryptocurrency is on a tear, reporting double-digit gains Tuesday amid an otherwise sidways market.
Bitcoin bulls risk losing control unless prices see a convincing break above $9,000 soon, the technical charts suggest.