The Ripple price is up 10% in the last week of trading but ranging below Oct 2020 highs of $0.26. a close above this level will pump XRP back to $0.30.
The Ethereum price is down six percent against Bitcoin and USD, hours after a tool for key generation was published in the mainnet.
The Bitcoin price is up five percent in the last week of trading. An impressive development, this is bullish and crucially ahead of the US election.
The Ripple price is trending lower versus the USD and BTC, losing six and 10 percent, respectively. Japan is emerging as their possible destination.
The Bitcoin price is wavy but bullish following last week’s close above $12,500, August 2020 highs. Every low is technically a loading opportunity.
The Ripple price is up six percent against the USD but is technically bearish, inside a bear flag with caps at $0.26 and the support trend line.
The Ethereum price is down six percent versus the BTC at a time when the network is planning to upgrade and DeFi is being billed as revolutionary.
The Chainlink price is down three percent against BTC, USD, and ETH. However, despite losses, LINK has strong fundamentals and could soon snap-back to trend.
The Ripple price is weak, trending towards $0.20 despite strong fundamental news from the SWELL conference. News of Bank of America (BoA) stands out.
The Bitcoin price is bullish but there are hints of weakness in the lower time frames. This is at a time when institutions are flowing in, sinking millions.
The Ethereum price is bullish, adding five percent versus the USD and paring losses with the BTC. Meanwhile, an SEC commissioner is warning against DeFi.
The Chainlink price is firm, edging higher in lower time frames. Accompanying the surge is an uptick in trading volumes in both the daily and 1-Hour chart.