The total market capitalization has declined by over 5% in the past 24 hours after Bitcoin and most altcoins marked substantial price losses.
Bitcoin's dominance suffers after BTC stalls while some altcoins surge. Tezos's 17% increase since yesterday means that XTZ reached a new all-time high of $4,40.
Bitcoin tries to break above $12,000, while Chainlink paints a fresh all-time high. The rest of the market shows no signs of reducing its high volatility with some impressive double-digit price pumps.
Chainlink (LINK) Skyrockets 60% In 5 Days To New ATH: Bitcoin Remains Stable At $11,700 (Market Watch)
Chainlink explodes to mark another all-time high of nearly $14. Most altcoins are in the green, while Bitcoin sits stable at about $11,700.
Bitcoin’s had a tumultuous week of trading, there’s no doubt about it. While the overall trend remains intact, according to most analysts, the cryptocurrency definitely kept us on our toes. Last Sunday was likely the most volatile day of the
Bitcoin Bitcoin saw a 5% price rise this week as it reached the $11,750 level. The cryptocurrency started the week at the $11,400 level as it pushed higher into $12,095 on August 2nd. From there, Bitcoin experienced some major volatility
Bitcoin is still attempting to challenge the $12,000 but to no avail so far. The low-cap altcoins, however, continue with high fluctuations with some impressive gains charted.
Bitcoin marches confidently above $11,600, while most large-cap altcoins remain stagnant. Price action is visible among low-cap alts, after listings on Binance and Coinbase.
Gold heads into uncharted territory above $2,000, as Peter Schiff predicts further economic difficulties. Bitcoin stable at $11,300 and Chainlink registers another ATH at $9,95.
Ethereum, Ripple, and Tezos continued charting increases. Chainlink marked yet another all-time high. Bitcoin remained relatively stable and has its dominance reduced.