Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Ripple: prices, charts and analysis
- The market capitalization of cryptocurrency has halved in a month.
- Support levels that are increasingly difficult to identify.
The cryptocurrency market set for multi-year lows
The the cryptocurrency market has lost 50% of its value in the last month, while the constant drop in prices continues, making it difficult to find the levels of technical support. Market capitalization is expected to fall below $ 100 billion shortly, peaking at $ 830 billion in January this year, with a decline of 87.4% in less than a year. . Businesses remain low, which suggests that buyers are becoming increasingly marginalized as valuations collapse.
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A report yesterday that the blockchain investment company Pantera Capital, one of the largest institutional owners of cryptocurrencies, warned that about 25% of the projects invested in the ICO fund could violate SEC regulations, leading to reimbursements for their clients.
Bitcoin looks set to fall below $ 3,000 in the near term, with $ 2,970 on September 15, 2017 swing-low the next target. Below, horizontal support at $ 1,760 below the July 18 low comes into play in the longer run.
Daily Bitcoin Chart (July 2017 – December 14, 2018)
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— Written by Nick CawleyAnalyst.