|Day's Range||142.28 - 145|
|52 Week Range||13.35 - 401.76|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||420.28M|
Current market activity indicates that cryptocurrencies are set for “another considerable surge in prices gains” in the near future and Ethereum’s price could reach $2,500 by the end of the year – but investors should exercise caution.
The total crypto market cap has exceeded the $400 billion mark for the first time since March 8. This time, the major altcoins are leading the growth, while Bitcoin has demonstrated a moderate dynamic.
Elizabeth Stark of bitcoin payment software Lightning Labs, which just launched its beta, says the "blockchain, not bitcoin" hype is reversing now.
Bitcoin recovered from a start of a day sell-off this morning as investors look for direction following Wednesday’s sell-off. A move back through to $7,000 levels would be needed to reassert a bullish trend.
CoinDesk data shows that the gap between South Korea's bitcoin prices, and those shown by the global market, closed over the course of February.
February is officially in the books for the crypto markets, though some coins may be left wishing they could turn back time.
Bitcoin’s on the move, while the rest of the crypto majors struggle through the early part of the day. A key test will be for Bitcoin to hold on to $11.000 levels going into the weekend, with a weekend rally giving hope of $12,000 before an end of weekend sell-off.
It’s been a mixed bag this morning across the cryptomarket but, following Bitcoin’s Monday rally, there may be more to come this afternoon.
Another day in the red for the majors, with the cryptomarkets continuing to lack direction as investors wait on for greater clarity on how the regulatory landscape will look.
With Bitcoin and the cryptos now sitting below key levels, the cryptomarket is in dire need of a reboot and a new catalyst to entice investor money from the side lines. Favourable regulator chatter may not be enough.
Support levels are being tested this morning as the Bitcoin and the cryptocurrencies went into reverse late Tuesday, with more red this morning. A bounce book could be on the cards if Bitcoin manages to get through its resistance levels and hold on to $11,000 this morning.
Litecoin went through a hard fork at block 1371111 on Sunday evening, resulting in the creation of Litecoin Cash (“LCC”). So what is Litecoin cash, how to buy LCC and all you need to know about the new crypto coin.
Litecoin exponential rise during 2017 along with its unique qualities has attracted investors’ attention. Following Litecoin Litepay payment system launch, in this guide, we will bring the most updated methods to buy Litecoin.
Litecoin gained just 4.23% on Monday, with the Litecoin fork having a relatively muted impact on Litecoin, while Litecoin Cash rallied more than 400% on its first day of trading.
Bitcoin on the move again this morning, while Litecoin spikes to hit a day high $251.9 as the cryptomarket continues to respond to the Sunday fork and the planned roll out of LitePay next week.
Bitcoin and the majors are on the move this morning as sentiment continues to improve across the cryptomarket, with the Litecoin fork turning out to be a real event and not a scam.
Having broken resistance levels through the week, this morning has been a day of testing support levels, with Litecoin’s heavily anticipated hard fork this evening in focus through the day.
Bitcoin is on the up and has $11,000 in its sights as the cryptomarket continues to move ahead in the early part of the weekend.
Litecoin’s hard fork is scheduled for Sunday, 18th February or Litecoin block 1371111 and will result in the creation of Litecoin Cash, as was the case with Bitcoin’s hard fork August of last year.
The state legislature last week passed two Blockchain friendly bills, with three more bills are up for a vote next week. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Wyoming state representative, Tyler Lindholm, breakdown the state’s effort.