Last week we saw things begin relatively quiet in regards to volatility in either direction, then a trend broke out, after midweek among the major coins. and it was downward. Although 9 of the top 10 tokens suffered losses (the exception being Litecoin), fortunately the losses were nothing major ranging from >1% to around 5% for the top 5, and increasing in variation as the list progressed. Below
Hello Everyone, and Happy New Years! I know I know, “Really? Happy New Years 4 weeks post fact???” Well, technically that depends on which side of the world you’re reading this on. As we are now approaching the 1/12th mark to our brand new year, our counterparts to the east will soon be preparing for the end of theirs. For those of you who are unaware, I’m
The market finished down overall this week, with a few percentage points deducted from the overall market cap. One of the reasons for the slight decline is being blamed on the continued government shutdown, forcing the SEC to yet again postpone any possibility on a potential Bitcoin ETF approval. One wonders if and when the greatly awaited derivative finally gets approved, will it even be possible for it to
This week was strong after last weeks near globally dismal performance amongst the Top 50 Crypto’s. With the only major setback coming early Sunday morning, pushing most of the tokens down around the 5% range including Bitcoin. While this week showed some promise, it wasn’t enough to turn around the rough start to the month that it’s been for the majority of coins within the top 50.
It’s been an interesting month in the Cryptocurrency market, while things moved rather uniformly throughout the past 30 days, which direction they’re moving in has been quite volatile, to say the least. Looking at the Weekly and Monthly Top Winners & Losers throughout the top 50 Coins it is apparent that this volatility can work both ways. It was a rough week for Cryptocurrency in general, while typically