|Day's Range||79.31 - 84.06|
|52 Week Range||22.36 - 183.07|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||780.01M|
The Litecoin (LTC) market seems to be falling off a cliff following its most recent rally. Litecoin is currently trading at around $79 after a 5% drop since last week. As mentioned earlier in the week, LTC has seen exponential growth since the beginning of March, leading the current mini bull run with a massive 40% increase in price. However, it seems LTC has now started to consolidate closer to its 200-day EMA. Looking at the chart above, the 200-day EMA has already crossed both the 50 and 20-day EMAs, and LTC is still trading above that support level, which sits at around $68. The 50-day EMA, which sits at around $58, is also showing strong support for consolidation above The post Latest Litecoin price and analysis (LTC to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.
It’s been a bad week for the majors, but it could have been far worse. Bitcoin’s recovery and hold onto $5,000 levels remains pivotal for the broader market.
So is there a point to Litecoin? In one of the most hated rallies of all time, consistent with other historical rallies, $LTC led the market after an epic short squeeze (March 15 was the all-time-low in $LTC’s L/S ratio), marking its highest price since August 2018.The post Money 2.0 Stuff: This newsletter is the silver to Matt Levine's gold appeared first on The Block.
It’s back in the green for Bitcoin, but with $4,100 proving to be a key pivot point, a slide back to sub-$4,000 could result from tight ranges.
The bulls make an early move, with the majors breaking through resistance levels early. A hold onto current levels could lead to more gains in the day.
It’s back into the red for the majors early on. A move through the late morning would likely dictate the path through the day.
It’s a bearish start to the day for Bitcoin. Holding onto $4,000 levels will be key to avoiding a mass crypto sell-off later in the day.
It’s a sea of red for the majors mid-week. Bitcoin will need to hold onto $4,000 levels to prevent a crypto meltdown later in the day.
Bitcoin's share of the cryptocurrency market is on the verge of falling below 50 percent for the first time in over 7 months.
It’s a mixed start to the day for the majors. Early moves suggest a downward bias before any recovery. Holding above key levels would avoid a sell-off.
It’s back into the green for the majors. A breakout from current levels could deliver a more sustainable rally through the coming days.
The trio is in the green early on. Failure to make a move by the early afternoon could see a sell-off ahead of the weekend.
DX.Exchange, a crypto platform that soft-launched in January, has added support for secondary trading of security tokens.
Coinbase Custody has just completed its first over-the-counter (OTC) trade directly out of cold, or offline, storage.
The Thai Securities and Exchange Commission has given the green light to the country's first portal for scrutinized token sales.
Coinbase has added a new feature allowing user to directly transfer crypto holdings on Coinbase.com to accounts in its Wallet app.
The bitcoin roller coaster continues -- with the digital currency hovering around $5,000. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith & Jared Blikre discuss on "The Ticker."
On the heels of bitcoin’s surge, which has brought the per-coin value to over $5,000, other coins have jumped. Kevin Kelly, Co-Founder & Principal at Delphi Digital, joins Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Melody Hahm, and Myles Udland to discuss what’s fueling the rally and make predictions on the crypto market.