|Day's Range||1,150.35 - 1,203.52|
|52 Week Range||206.64 - 4,112.39|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||221.78M|
The Bitcoin markets initially tried to rally during the week but turned around to form a negative looking candle. The market continues to be very noisy, as is typical with crypto currencies, but I clearly see some negativity coming.
The Bitcoin markets have initially tried to rally during the session on Friday but ran into trouble at the first signs of resistance, starting to roll over significantly. In general, I think that this market is going to be negative, mainly because the weekly charts are starting to show exhaustive candle’s.
A scheduled plan to launch a new cryptocurrency by forking the litecoin blockchain is finding little love from major data aggregators and exchanges.
The “alt coins” that I follow here at FX Empire all had strong days, which makes sense as crypto currencies in general have rallied. If Bitcoin rallies, it tends to drive the other currencies higher as well. However, the one thing that all crypto currency markets are facing a significant resistance just above.
Bitcoin markets rally during the week, breaking above the hammers that had formed in both the currency pairs that I follow here at FX Empire, so it is a good sign, but we do have some work to do.
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.
Litecoin is outshining gains seen in other large-cap cryptocurrencies Wednesday, though the fundamentals of the move may be in question.
Bitcoin markets were positive again during the trading session on Monday, after drifting a little bit lower during the weekend. At this point, volume is still a bit low, but it looks as if the market is trying to stabilize in general.
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Bitcoin prices plunged to a 12-week low below $6,000 this morning, reporting double-digit percentage losses amid a continued crypto market sell-off.
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