|Day's Range||17.155 - 17.633|
|52 Week Range||14.44 - 560.64|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||3.62M|
Bitcoin’s back on the move early, though holding onto $3,600 levels through the morning will be key to avoiding a pullback later in the day.
Bitcoin’s back in the red in what’s been a choppy session that’s seen sub-$3,300 support tested early. Could that be what the market needs to spur a rally?
The Bitcoin bulls will need to stop the rot to avoid another sell-off to $2,000 levels, with uncertainty across the market pinning back the upside.
It’s back in the red for Bitcoin and the broader market, with Monday’s reversal weighing in the early hours. Holding onto $3,500 will be key early on.
It’s a mixed start to the day for Bitcoin that has struggled to break out from this morning’s open, a dip across the broader market leaving investors wary.
The crypto bulls come up for air, with the majors in the green early on, with Bitcoin needing to hold above $3,455 to avoid another sell-off.
Bitcoin sits in positive territory early on, though with the rest of the cryptos in the red, we can expect pressure to build through the morning…
The bulls will be looking for a 2nd consecutive day of gains to restore confidence, a positive early part of the day a must for the Bitcoin bulls.
Bitcoin and the broader market are on the slide once more, with the day ahead looking a precarious as the bears target $4,000 levels.
Bitcoin finds much needed support early in the day, though with BCH SV hot on the tails of BCH ABC, the negative bias remains in place.
Bitcoin sees red early on and facing a 3rd consecutive day in the red should sentiment fail to improve, a rise in support for Bitcoin Cash SV weighing early on this morning.
Bitcoin slides again and, while its recovered from earlier losses, there could be more to come depending upon the outcome of today’s hard fork.
Bitcoin bounces back from $6,300 levels to hit the ranges once more after a lackluster start to the week. Some price action is needed soon…
Bitcoin holds onto positive territory in spite of a fall back from an early run at $6,500, with Bitcoin Cash under pressure early on.
Bitcoin finds support early on as the broader market takes a slide, with hopes of the SEC approving a Bitcoin ETF supporting early on.
Bitcoin sees red early as investors take some cream off the top, after Sunday’s moves, with focus shifting to the SEC, a decision due any day…
It’s all about the SEC decision now for Bitcoin and the broader market, while Bitcoin Cash finds more upside ahead of the 15th November hard fork.
Bitcoin ETFs and Bitcoin Cash hard forks could bring the cryptomarket back to life after a jump in Bitcoin Cash on Friday.
Bitcoin’s clawed its way back, with the next line in the sand being $6,500, though Bitcoin will need to hold onto $6,400 levels through the day.
This market is exceptionally calm considering the 5th November deadline for the SEC decision on the 9 Bitcoin ETFs is just around the corner…
With Bitcoin’s 10th birthday, another millpond start to the day gives the broader market an opportunity to look back at the rollercoaster ride of crypto…