|Day's range||9,553.495 - 9,638.277|
|52-week range||3,733.75 - 13,796.49|
|Volume (24 hrs)||46.92B|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||46.92B|
While it’s a bullish start to the day, a number of the majors have seen their early gains erode. That could test the majors later in the day.
Support kicks in early across the crypto board. Failure to move through to key levels by late morning could test the resilience, however.
It’s a bearish start to the day for the majors. Expect Bitcoin to provide direction later in the day. A move through Tuesday’s highs would signal a breakout.
After a choppy start, the majors move into the green. Failure to move through to key levels could lead to a reversal, however…
It’s deep red for the majors at the start of the week as the bearish week spills into the early hours of Monday. It could be a messy few days…
After a bearish weekend, the majors are struggling at the start of the week. Bitcoin would need to return to $10,000 levels to resume the upswing.
The Bitcoin held above $10,000 for a few days, and that’s the good news. The ability to stay above the threshold also supports the demand for altcoins.
It’s a bullish start to the day as the broader market makes a move. Failure to break out from early highs could test investor resilience, however…
It’s a bullish start to the day for the majors. A move back through the early highs would be needed, however, to maintain the momentum.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell spoke quite a bit about cryptocurrency in his testimony on Capitol Hill Tuesday.
It’s a bearish start to the day. Failure to move back through to key levels could see the majors give up more of last week’s gains…
It’s a mixed start to the day, with the majors struggling early on. A move back through key levels would bring resistance levels into play
It was a particularly bullish week last week, with Bitcoin returning to $10,000 levels. A move through to $10,200 would signal more upside ahead.
It’s a bearish start to the weekend as the majors hit reverse after a mixed Friday. Support levels are in play early in the day.
Bitcoin is still the king of cryptocurrencies. Despite the launch of numerous altcoins and stablecoins, the bitcoin dominance index is still holding strong at 67%+ according to Coinmarketcap data
After a short respite, the crypto market, led by Bitcoin, has moved back to the growth phase. Over the last 24 hours, total capitalization jumped by $13bn.