|Day's range||207.31 - 219.64|
|52-week range||167.60 - 1,422.86|
|Volume (24 hrs)||199.82M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||897.53M|
Bitcoin sees red again in the early hours, but could make a move later in the day if there’s a recovery to $6,400 levels by late morning.
It’s another bearish start to the day, with Ripple’s XRP hitting reverse following Tuesday’s late rally, the bears in control midway through the week.
Coinbase's new policy will speed the addition of assets to the exchange but may leave users in some places unable to trade coins available elsewhere.
Monero’s XMR managed to recover from a start of a day sell-off to move into positive territory before easing back into the red, a choppy day ahead.
Bitcoin sees red as the bears take back control in the early part of the week, the losses seeing Bitcoin cough up last week’s gains.
Monday’s sell-off continued into the early hours and things could go from bad to worse if there’s no late morning recovery.
The BTC prices have continued to trade in a buoyant manner over the weekend and the upcoming week should be interesting for the crypto markets
As users’ verification has become mandatory for most of the crypto projects, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, Tokenbox and the platform’s earliest partners, KYC-provider Sum&Substance, decided to simplify and accelerate the usual process of identity and credentials check.
Bitcoin gives up $6,700 levels to move into the red early on, the day’s major support levels in play should Bitcoin fail to recover by late morning.
Bitcoin hits reverse in the early part of the day, a hold on to $6,700 levels needed to avoid a pullback to test sub-$6,600 support levels.