|Day's Range||346.628 - 357.842|
|52 Week Range||159.87 - 1,929.86|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||93.81M|
DASH coughed up gains from the start of the day as the crypto bulls look to consolidate on Monday’s gains, DASH having seen more modest gains than most on the day.
A consolidation of Monday’s gains today could spell the start of a near-term bullish trend, though with regulators and governments hard at work, it’s going to be a tough week ahead.
Bitcoin is on the move, but whether it can hold on to today’s gains remains to be seen as the news wires continue to deliver bad news for the bulls.
DASH makes an early move, but holding on may be an altogether different story as the bearish trend continues through the early hours.
Bitcoin is in positive territory at the start of the day, though a move through to $7,800 levels is going to be needed through the weekend for Bitcoin to continue on with the near-term bearish trend.
Bitcoin markets continue to range trade during the day on Wednesday as we are lacking serious direction. I believe that the market is probably going to continue to drift lower at longer-term, but I think short-term traders will continue to be range bound.
DASH is on the move, but will need to break through to $320 levels to support a bullish run through the day and a possible bearish trend reversal through the weekend.
Bitcoin flat early in the day, with a move back through to $7,500 levels needed to bring resistance levels into play, extended range bound periods never a good sign for the Bitcoin bulls.
It’s been a positive start to the day for DASH and the broader market, but the day ahead will likely provide plenty of volatility, requiring investors to be vigilant of sentiment across the market through the day.
It’s another bad start for the Bitcoin Bulls, but with the losses minor relative to its peers, a weekend rally could really shift sentiment going into the new week, Bitcoin’s losses insignificant compared with rival Bitcoin Cash.
It’s a mixed bag early on and Bitcoin is in a battle to hold on to $8,000 levels and avoid pullback to another swing lo to pass the baton over to the Bitcoin bears for yet another day.
DASH calls on support through the morning slide, with side ways moves through the middle part of the day likely to weigh on DASH should sentiment across the broader market not improve.
Bitcoin down again, as a broad market sell-off takes its toll. Sentiment towards a continued shift in the regulatory landscape having kicked off the bullish trend reversal.
It’s red again for Bitcoin, testing support levels early as news of South Korea’s FSC plans to probe crypto exchanges reversed weekend gains early.
DASH slid 5.82% on Monday, following Sunday’s 4.86% fall, to end the day at $456.67, in what has been a bad run since 24th April’s swing hi $548.
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DASH slipped 0.22% on Sunday, doing little damage to Saturday’s 6.14% gain while bucking the trend across the broader market on Sunday, to end the day at $497.74.
Bitcoin finds support early on, while the rest of the cryptos see red, though its going to be a testing session, investors wary following a strong run the start of the latest bull trend back on 6th April.
DASH is in consolidation mode early on, with the broader market likely to dictate sentiment going into the weekend, the likes of Ripple’s XRP, Cardano and Monero giving DASH an opportunity for an afternoon run.
Bitcoin moved back through to $8,000 levels early as the bulls look to break through the day’s first major resistance levels to revive the talk of $10,000 and more.
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