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First Week of December Ends with Flush of Green, Bitcoin Nears $3,700
After a week of breaking new year-to-date lows, the major cryptocurrency is trading at around $3,650 by press time, up more than 7 percent over a 24 hour period. The coin is still down almost 9 percent on the week and more than 44 percent on the month.
The second-largest crypto by market cap, Ripple, is also up by 5 percent on the day, trading at around $0.31 as of press time, according to Cointelegraph’s Ripple Price Index. Ripple’s weekly and monthly charts are similar to those of Bitcoin, with losses of almost 12 and 41 percent respectively.
Third-ranked crypto by market cap Ethereum is up the most of the top-three cryptos, seeing almost 10 percent growth on the day and trading at around $97 by press time. On the week, the altcoin is down almost 14 percent, and is seeing losses of more than 55 percent over the past month.
Top Cryptocurrencies See Moderate Losses, Bitcoin Below $3,800
All but one the top 20 cryptocurrencies registered losses in the last 24 hours, Bitcoin (BTC) lost most of its recent gains, sinking below $3,800.
Bitcoin started the day near $4,000 and continued to fall until it reached its current price of $3,769, down 4.37 percent on the day. On its weekly chart, BTC is at its lowest point in the past seven days.
The co-founder of advisory firm Fundstrat, Tom Lee, provided three reasons behind the collapse of the crypto market: the controversial Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hard fork, recent actions undertaken by the U.S. Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC) which forced Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) to return funds to investors, and the “terrible” conditions in global markets.
Ripple (XRP), the second crypto by total market capitalization, is currently trading around $0.339, down 3.6 percent in the past 24 hours. The current price of the native XRP coin is the lowest registered this week, down from nearly $0.40 seven days ago.
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Bitcoin Sees Strongest 24-Hour Performance Since July, Total Market Cap Jumps $11 Bln
After the dramatic Nov. 14 market dump, cryptocurrencies are staking major recoveries across the board, with all of the major coins seeing significant growth and scattered assets sealing double-digit gains, as data from Coin360 shows.
Bitcoin has soared 9.3 percent on the day, breaking above the $4,000 mark to trade at trade at $4,050 at press time. This major bounce has set Bitcoin on track for its strongest daily performance since July, according to a Reuters report published earlier today.
Ripple (XRP) is up by a similarly strong 8.3 percent on the day to trade at $0.37 to press time. Today, with a market share of around $15 billion — as compared with Ethereum (ETH)’s $11.9 billion — the alt is holding on to its margin as second-largest ranked crypto asset.
Ripple’s weekly and monthly charts are also in the red, with losses of 21 and 18 percent respectively.
Bitcoin Slips Below $4,000
Crypto markets have suffered another crash yesterday and continuing into today, with all top 20 cryptocurrencies by market cap deeply in the red, and Bitcoin (BTC) trading below $4,000.
crypto markets are seeing a massive decline of at least 10-15 percent. Stellar (XLM) has suffered the most, down over 20 percent, and trading at $0.14 at press time, according to CoinMarketCap.
Yesterday, Nov. 25, Bitcoin plunged below the $4,000 price point, breaking the threshold for the first time since September 2017. Today, the major cryptocurrency has dropped even further to as low as $3,585 before stabilizing at around $3,800.
As of press time, Bitcoin is trading at $3,835, down just under 10 percent over the past 24 hours.
The biggest cryptocurrency is down more than 32 percent over the past 7 days. Before facing the first massive sell-off this month on Nov. 14, Bitcoin was trading stably around $6,300, which is up about 40 percent from its current price.
After Yesterday’s Signs of Recovery, Crypto Markets See Drastic Losses
After showing some signs of recovery yesterday, cryptocurrency markets experience another dramatic fall. Bitcoin (BTC) dipped below the $5,000 mark, with some of the top 20 coins falling by as much as 20 percent at press time. BTC today has slumped by over 10 percent on the day and is trading at around $4,977 as of press time. On its weekly chart BTC has lost 21.37 percent.
Ripple (XRP) is down almost 2 percent on the day, and is trading at $0.495 at press time. The coin has retained its position as the second largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization since it managed to displace Ethereum (ETH) on Nov. 15. XRP’s market cap is around $20 billion, while ETH’s is over $15.8 at press time, according to CoinMarketCap.
Crypto Markets See Flush of Green
After a tumultuous week, the crypto markets are today signalling recovery, with most of the top ten cryptocurrencies seeing healthy growth of within a 1 to 7 percent range, and the vast majority of the top 100 crypto assets by market cap in the green.
Bitcoin is today showing signs of gentle growth, consolidating its incremental gains in recent days to push the $5,600 price point. As of press time, the leading cryptocurrency is trading at $5,595, up around 0.9 percent on the day.
While many have attributed this week’s market tumble to the impact of the contentious Bitcoin Cash hard fork Nov.15, some Bloomberg analysts even have gone so far as to forecast that the hard fork fallout, coupled with the “enduring [crypto] bear market,” could mean Bitcoin might tumble as low as $1,500.
Ripple is up 7.3 percent on the day, trading at $0.517 to press time. On Nov.15, Ripple dislodged Ethereum again from the latter’s stalwart spot as largest altcoin by market cap.
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XRP Overtakes Ethereum
While top 20 cryptocurrencies by market cap are seeing more losses with some coins down almost five percent on the day, major virtual currency Ripple has again overtaken Ethereum as the second top cryptocurrency in terms of market cap at press time.
XRP is up 2.2 percent and trading at $0.464 at press time. After seeing its intraday low of $0.43, Ripple has continued to hold a relatively stable support of around $0.45 over the day.
Ethereum, the third top coin by market cap, has dipped below $180 and dropped to as low as $170 earlier today. The altcoin is down around 3.35 percent at press time, and trading at $177.95. Ethereum has seen big losses over the past 7 days, down almost 17 percent.