During this week of the year, the cryptocurrency market has shown great volatility for most of the high-caps, alongside significant gains for some of the lower caps.
During the last couple of weeks, the cryptocurrency market has shown significant volatility, albeit most price moves point towards a long-term uptrend, which is a desiderate for most traders worldwide.
During this week of the year, the cryptocurrency market has continued its path of volatility. While the most coin prices have mostly moved sideways, bitcoin fell approximately $10K from its all-time high, creating a short wave of panic selling.
The cryptocurrency market has seen quite a bit of volatility, expressed by abrupt price rises followed by prices settling down to slightly lower levels. Resistances have been tested, however, and it looks like the market’s bull run is still in swing.
During this week of the year, the cryptocurrency market has entered yet another bull swing, rapidly recovering from its previous corrections.
During this week of the year, most of the cryptocurrency market has experienced quite a high degree of volatility, with prices encountering multiple swings, both in upwards and downwards directions.
Most of the market’s cryptocurrencies have seen a sharp drop in prices, mostly caused by decreasing momentum and traders worldwide taking profits. In fact, the initial downtrend commenced after a miner decided to sell several millions USD worth of bitcoin.