A detailed analysis of the price of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Chainlink, and Tezos - some of the interesting cryptocurrencies to watch this past week.
Bitcoin loses 1% of its value but remains in its tight range between $9,000 and $9,300. Low-cap altcoins explode with several tokens surging by double-digit percentages.
The Bitcoin Giveaway Massive Twitter hack couldn't move BTC's price in either direction. At the same time, Chainlink continues to ride high after a new ATH almost touching $9.
Wall Street marks gains after news of a coronavirus vaccine. Most altcoins are also going up. Bitcoin remains stagnant as it trades around $9,200.
Bitcoin fails to take down $9,300 again. Tezos, Chainlink and DeFi-based tokens retrace. In Wall Street, Monday's trading was a reversal day, as major indices went from deep green to close in deep-red. Tesla lost 17% during the day and
Chainlink (LINK) increased by about 40% over the past 24 hours and it reached a new all-time high. At the same time, Bitcoin's price remains rangebound.
DeFi projects continue to explode in terms of price as Ampleforth and Aave are both marking impressive increases. At the same time, Bitcoin's price remains relatively stagnant.
Bitcoin rises in correspondence with gains in the stock markets. On the other hand, it's relative market share is declining, highlighting the ongoing altcoin boom.
It’s safe to say that July has been relatively dull for Bitcoin when it comes to price action. The major cryptocurrency spent the last week trading in a range between $9,100 and $9,400 without any major fluctuations. It’s also worth
Coronavirus deaths surge in Florida leads to losses in the stock markets. Bitcoin followed the down move.