|Day's range||99.42 - 101.03|
|52-week range||37.84 - 150.92|
|Volume (24 hrs)||2.15M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||62.70M|
Monero’s XMR was on the move early. A move back through to $86 levels would bring the major resistance levels into play.
Monera’s XRM looks to buck the bearish trend for a 2nd consecutive day. Some support is going to be needed for a breakout, however…
It’s a bullish start to the day, with the major resistance levels very much in play. A major crypto rally could bring $73 levels into play.
It’s a bearish start to the day, with negative sentiment from across the broader market weighing early on. A move to $54 levels would signal a rally.
It’s a bullish start to the day for Monero’s XMR. Support from the broader market would be needed, however, to bring $51 levels and more into play
Monero’s XMR joins the broader market in positive territory early on. A pullback from earlier highs could test investor sentiment later in the day.
Monero’s XMR is on the move, but is it a rebound or a bear trap? Holding onto $43 levels through the morning will be key.
It was a bullish start to the day for Monero’s XMR, which broke through to $45 levels. Resistance Levels will be in play through the morning.
It’s a positive start to the day, though a move through to $43.2 levels is going to be needed for Monero’s XMR to avoid a reversal later in the day.
Sub-$3,700 support was called upon early in the day to test investor nerves, with Bitcoin needing to make a move early to avoid another sell-off.
It’s a red start to the day for Monero’s XMR, with a move through to $50 levels needed to shift sentiment and bring resistance levels into play.
It’s back in the red for Monero’s XMR, a broad based reversal weighing early, with a move through to $49 levels needed to bring resistance levels into play.
A bullish start to the day sees a visit to $48 levels, bringing $50 levels into play, though a hold onto $47 levels through the morning is needed.
It’s a bearish start to the day and things could get worse for Monero’s XMR should a move through to $44 levels fail to materialize.
The price of bitcoin has fallen below $4,000 for the first time since September 26, 2017 and is now down 30 percent in the last 7 days alone.
It’s a bearish start to the day, but following heavy losses on Wednesday, there are heavier losses elsewhere, as Monero’s XMR looks for $90 levels.
NEM surged 25 percent today to reach its highest price since early September while accumulating its most 24-hour trading volume in over three months.
Monero’s XMR sees red early on as the broader market sees red, a BCH bounce back by late morning needed to support the broader market.
Monero’s XRM holds onto positive territory in the early hours, while lagging the broader market, a move back through to $101 levels needed.
Bisq is launching a bitcoin-based token to pay code contributors and a DAO to manage payouts, all in service of further decentralizing the exchange.