After a $400 drop in minutes, Bitcoin has reclaimed the $13,000 mark, while most altcoins are deep in the red. This happens despite the fact that Wall Street was painted in red throughout Monday.
Bitcoin has kept still above the $13,000 mark, while most altcoins have displayed an untypical lack of volatility. Ethereum and Ripple struggle below $410 and $0.26, respectively.
A brief price jump took Bitcoin to new yearly highs but the cryptocurrency has retraced then. Nevertheless, BTC remains slightly below $13,000.
Bitcoin continues to struggle with the $13,000 level after a quick dip to $12,720. Most larger-cap altcoins have lost some value, apart from Chainlink, which keeps heading north.
This week was particularly interesting in the cryptocurrency markets. Bitcoin’s price charted a new 2020 high, surging to as much as $13,217 on Binance. The entire market cap surged and gained almost $40 billion throughout the past seven days. The
Crypto Price Analysis & Overview October 23rd: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash
Bitcoin Bitcoin saw a very strong 13% price increase over the past seven days which allowed it to break above the $13,000 handle. At the start of October, Bitcoin managed to penetrate above a symmetrical triangle pattern which was the
Ethereum managed to reclaim the coveted $400 mark as BTC struggles to conquer the $13,000 level. The total market cap has surged by 11.5% in a week to nearly $400 billion.
Bitcoin went on a wild ride towards a new 2020 high of $13,220. The total market cap neared $400 billion as most altcoins saw impressive increases as well.
Bitcoin marches on to a new 2-month high of $12,300 and targets the 2020 high of $12,500. Although most altcoins are left behind, BTC's gains helped the total market cap to add $7 billion.
Bitcoin showed early signs of decoupling from Wall Street after surging to $11,820, while the US stock indexes slumped yesterday.