|Day's range||44.39 - 48.91|
|52-week range||42.85 - 473.21|
|Volume (24 hrs)||2.07M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||9.41M|
The price of bitcoin has fallen below $4,000 for the first time since September 26, 2017 and is now down 30 percent in the last 7 days alone.
It’s a bearish start to the day, but following heavy losses on Wednesday, there are heavier losses elsewhere, as Monero’s XMR looks for $90 levels.
NEM surged 25 percent today to reach its highest price since early September while accumulating its most 24-hour trading volume in over three months.
Monero’s XMR sees red early on as the broader market sees red, a BCH bounce back by late morning needed to support the broader market.
Monero’s XRM holds onto positive territory in the early hours, while lagging the broader market, a move back through to $101 levels needed.
Bisq is launching a bitcoin-based token to pay code contributors and a DAO to manage payouts, all in service of further decentralizing the exchange.
It’s been a bullish start to the day, with a trend bucking 1.75% gain, though holding on could be an issue if sentiment across the market fails to improve.
Monero’s XMR joins the rest of the majors in a mass sell-off in the early hours, with sub-$100 levels in sight later today should $103 levels be missed.
Privacy coins are not used just for fuelling suspicious and illegal activities. The coins are increasingly finding new applications in day to day operations at the backdrop of increased scrutiny and crackdown.
Monero’s XMR joins the broader market in the red, with a recovery to $114 levels needed to support an afternoon recovery.
Bitcoin’s back in the red and looking to avoid testing sub-$6,400 support levels, the markets going back into reverse after Thursday’s rallies.
Monero’s XMR managed to recover from a start of a day sell-off to move into positive territory before easing back into the red, a choppy day ahead.
From ShapeShift's capitulation to KYC to the New York Attorney General's critical look at exchanges, officialdom is striking heavy blows. Stay tuned.
A solid start to the morning sees Monero’s XMR hit Thursday’s high before pulling back, holding on to $115 levels key through the morning.
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Monero’s XMR holds on in the early hours, recovering from a dip to sub-$110 levels, though moves through the day may be hinged on the broader market.
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Monero’s XMR takes an early hit, with profit taking weighing on the broader market early on. Bitcoin and the news wires will need to be watched closely.
Monero’s XMR recovers from early losses, though holding on to $93 levels will be key to avoiding a pullback later in the day, investors quick to hit sell.
Trading volume on Turkey's cryptocurrency exchanges surged Friday as the country's fiat currency plunged to record lows on economic jitters.
Monero’s XMR takes a hit early, following Thursday’s sell-off as the bearish trend gathers pace ahead of the weekend. It’s not looking good for the bulls.