|Day's range||11.21 - 12.38|
|52-week range||9.22 - 239.08|
|Volume (24 hrs)||479.00k|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||3.20M|
The last time Bitcoin moved within these narrow ranges, it led to a 44% slide at the end of last year. Is history about to repeat itself?
It’s a testy start to the day for Bitcoin and the broader market, with Bitcoin needing to hit key levels by late morning to avoid another sell-off.
It’s a positive start to the day for Bitcoin, but holding onto $3,900 level and moving back through to $4,000 levels by late morning will be key.
For Bitcoin and the broader market, the Proof of Keys move is in focus, any hint of insolvency across the exchanges likely to weigh heavily.
Bitcoin kicks off the 2nd day of the year in the red, with another failure to break through to $4,000 levels likely to weigh later in the day.
After a bearish end to the year, the bulls will be looking to make their mark, with a break through to $4,000 the first target of the year.
Bitcoin continues to struggle at $4,000, with investors likely to be looking to what lies ahead for the broader market come the New Year.
Bitcoin’s going to need to hold onto $3,800 levels to avoid a bigger sell-off, the bears looking to end the year with a bang.
The market recovery sees Bitcoin’s dominance fall, suggesting some better days ahead for the Bitcoin bulls and the broader market.
It’s back in the red for Bitcoin and the broader market, a move back through to $4,000 levels needed to avoid a weekend sell-off.
It’s in the red for Bitcoin, which looks set for its first daily loss of the week, the bulls needing to break through to $4,100 levels to attempt a rebound.
Bitcoin’s sitting pretty after 3 days in the green this week, but failing to hold onto $4,000 on Wednesday makes today all the more important.
The Bitcoin bulls show resilience to deliver a 2nd day of solid gains. Holding on through mid-week will now be key to draw in the more cautious.
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.