|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||50.86 - 51.65|
|52 Week Range||29.83 - 55.31|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.75%|
The past week has seen an oscillating behavior for Bitcoin. It has risen 1.5% over the past 24 hours. But if we look at its performance over the last three months, it has fallen 35%.
The last few weeks have been choppy for cryptocurrencies, and Bitcoin has fallen 35% over the last three months. Bitcoin has risen an impressive 9.9% in the past 24 hours and is consistently gaining momentum as of 7:40 AM EST on April 12, 2018. As this is being written, Bitcoin is trading at $7,532.
Although the last few weeks have been choppy for cryptocurrencies, there still seems to be some hope for a recovery. Bitcoin has increased 1.6% in the past 24 hours. Bitcoin was trading at $6,852 per ounce.
The last one month has been choppy for cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin has tumbled about 32% over the past one month, shedding recent gains. The overall volatility in bitcoin has been lower than it was last month.
Bitcoin is down about 3.4% over the past 24 hours and was trading at $6,613 as of 6:30 AM EST, April 6, 2018. The RSI level for bitcoin has once again dipped to 32. The volatility in bitcoin was at 81.6%.
Cryptocurrencies are still in a slump after briefly reviving over the last few days. Bitcoin fell 4.3% over the past 24 hours and was trading at $6,809 as of 7:30 AM EST on April 5, 2018. The RSI (relative strength index) level for Bitcoin was 34.6, and its market capitalization fell substantially to $115 billion.
The rout in cryptocurrencies has continued, and bitcoin has fallen 6.8% in the past 24 hours. Bitcoin’s market cap was at $127, and its market share in the overall crypto market was at 45.6%. Bitcoin’s relative strength index (or RSI) was at 35.7.
With another down day for digital currencies, Bitcoin fell 3.4%, trading at $7,994 as of 7:00 AM EST on March 27, 2018. With the fall in price, its RSI (relative strength index) level has fallen to 37.7. Bitcoin touched a low of $7,742.
The price of the top cryptocurrency, bitcoin, has been trading sideways over the past week. Bitcoin has declined ~2.3% over the past 24 hours. Bitcoin was trading at $8,318.00 at 7:00 AM EST on March 26.
All the significant cryptocurrencies once again witnessed a down day on March 22, 2018, following the same trend in the equities market. Bitcoin was trading at $8,546, down almost 4% in the past 24 hours. Bitcoin’s RSI (relative strength index) has fallen to 42, and its volatility is ~75.1%.
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Another way we can relate to the slump in cryptocurrencies is by comparing it to the rout in equities. If we take a look at the chart below that compares the S&P 500 Index (SPY) and bitcoin, the end of January movement between the two seems quite coordinated. Although the trend in equities is global and may not be taking any cues from cryptocurrencies, the confidence in the financial markets, in general, could move the sentiment in bitcoin and the cryptocurrency markets.
Cryptocurrencies with their ups and downs are continuing their roller coaster ride. Another factor that could have caused fluctuations in cryptocurrencies was President Donald Trump’s executive order banning US purchases of Venezuela’s Petro, its new cryptocurrency.
It has seen a marginal gain of 0.63% over the past 24 hours as of 6:00 AM EST on March 16, 2018. Ethereum has fallen 0.91% to trade at $603 during the past 24 hours. All the other top cryptos (cryptocurrencies) have seen a loss in their prices over the past 24 hours.
The top three cryptocurrencies (ARKW) have fallen in the past 24 hours. Bitcoin was down about 3.8% and was trading at $8,785.5, while its market cap stood at $148 billion. Ethereum slumped 4.7% and was at $663.4, and its market cap was at $65 billion.
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Once again, there is a day of recovery for cryptos (cryptocurrencies) (ARKW) (ARKK). Bitcoin surged 11.8% over the past 24 hours to $9,828 as of 5:00 AM EST on March 12, 2018. The overall market cap (capitalization) in Bitcoin was $166 billion, and the overall market cap of all cryptos was $396 billion.
All the top ten cryptocurrencies according to market capitalization had down days on March 6. Bitcoin has fallen 2.6% during the last 24 hours to $11,168, and its market cap stood at $188 billion. The overall market cap of the cryptocurrencies (ARKW) (ARKK) was at $453 billion, and the total trading volume at $16.8 billion.
Cryptocurrency prices didn’t move much on Thursday, March 1. Its market cap didn’t move much compared to the previous day and was at $180 billion. Ripple retreated 1.8% to trade at approximately $0.92. Bitcoin cash was the only cryptocurrency among the top ten cryptos according to market cap to rise.
Among the top performers on March 4, 2018, were Nexus, Emercoin, and Zilliqa, rising 25.8%, 19.6%, and 16.2%, respectively. The overall market capitalization of cryptocurrencies has risen to $469 billion. Bitcoin’s dominance among other cryptocurrencies was 41.5% as of 12:30 AM EST on March 5.