Most of the cryptocurrency market has failed to capitalize on yesterday's gains. Bitcoin has dropped beneath $35,000, while Ethereum struggles below $1,100.
Most of the crypto market sees green today following yesterday's massive crash as BTC has jumped back above $36,000, while ETH is north of $1,100.
Over $200 billion evaporated from the crypto market cap in 24 hours, as BTC lost nearly $10k, while most altcoins have plummeted with double-digits.
Signs of an altcoin season are on the horizon as double-digit gains are evident for most alts, led by the large caps. BTC is stable above $40K, as of now.
Most lower-cap alternative coins have added massive chunks of value, while larger-caps and bitcoin have calmed after the latest roller-coasters.
This week Bitcoin surged above $40,000 while the entire cryptocurrency market capitalization surpassed the coveted $1 trillion mark for the first time.
Bitcoin After a substantial 44% price surge this week, Bitcoin continued to set new ATH prices today at $42,000. The cryptocurrency started the year off underneath the $30,000 level after a strong performance in December 2020. From there, it broke
Most alternative coins are buried in red after the latest gains and BTC's dominance has expanded to 71%, despite bitcoin's rejection at $40K.
Over $1 trillion market cap for all cryptocurrencies as bitcoin eyed $38K for a new ATH, while some large-cap altcoins have exploded with double-digit gains.
The cryptocurrency market cap sees a new all-time high as bitcoin painted a fresh 2021 record and most altcoins joined the party.