|Day's Range||28.075 - 29.425|
|52 Week Range||8.06 - 829.87|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||8.10M|
Bitcoin reverses last week’s gains, the Monday sell-off raising red flags for the Bitcoin bulls who had hoped the market had bottomed out.
Bitcoin sees red early, giving gains from the start of the day. A move back through to $6,500 will be a must to support an afternoon rebound.
Bitcoin’s on the rise early, while failing to hold on to $6,500 levels again in the early hours, which could deliver a reversal later in the day.
Bitcoin has another positive start to the day, though holding on to key levels through the morning will be needed to avoid a reversal later in the day.
Bitcoin’s on the move in the early hours, with today’s EU Finance Ministers meeting expected to be the key driver for the markets later in the day.
Bitcoin back in the red, but with minor losses relative to the broader market, a move back to $6,300 levels likely to deliver a trend bucking gain.
Bitcoin’s held on to positive territory early, having eased back from an early test of resistance levels, any sideways move possibly hurting later.
It’s a positive start to the day following late Sunday’s news driven reversal, though holding on to early gains may be a challenge.
A steadier stats to the day, following another sell-off on Saturday, will give the bulls some relief, but there may be more pain ahead.
It’s been a positive start to the day, though the lack of an early relief rally leaving the Bitcoin bears firmly in control going into the weekend.
Bitcoin sees red early, with investors treading carefully ahead of the weekend, an EU review of the market next week weighing.
The Bitcoin slide continues in the early hours, with side lined investors looking to see if the early reversal is a spillover or a sign of more pain ahead.
Bitcoin holds on to positive territory in the early hours, though will need to break back through to $7,400 levels to avoid a bearish move.
Bitcoin recovered from early losses this morning, while strong resistance at $7,300 continues to be a struggle for the Bitcoin bulls.
Bitcoin recovers from an early morning reversal to move back into positive territory, with a hold on to $7,200 levels supporting an afternoon rally.
A morning pullback has seen Bitcoin struggle to move back through to $7,000 levels, which could spell trouble later in the day.
Bitcoin is back in the red and at sub-$7,000 as investors continue to grapple with the news of EU finance ministers planning to discuss cryptos next month.
It’s another poor start to the day, though holding on to $7,000 levels through the morning could see the bulls take the reins later in the day.
Bitcoin sees red early off the back of Monday’s gains as the bulls look for $7,000 levels to support a near-term bullish trend reversal.
It’s a bad start to the day for Bitcoin and the broader markets, though things will have to get much worse for Bitcoin to give up the week’s gains.
The Bitcoin bulls seize control in response to the SEC review, with Bitcoin looking to break out to $7,000 levels. A weekend rally would be timely…
Bitcoin sees red early as investors continue to flip-flop over the SEC decision on Bitcoin ETFs and what lies ahead from a regulatory stand point.