The crypto market dropped on Tuesday night (UTC time) suddenly, losing almost 8.55% of its value.
The average price of bitcoin almost touched USD 7,900 before recovering above USD 8,000. However, at pixel time (04:00 UTC), the most popular cryptocurrency trades below USD 8,000 again. Its price stands at around USD 7,986, or 8% less than 24 hours ago.
Bitcoin price chart:
Other coins from the top 10 are down around 7%-12%, while bitcoin sv fluctuates among the red and green zones and is the only coin that kept its weekly gains.
Top 10 coins by market capitalization.
The total market capitalization stands at USD 253.9 billion and is down by 8.55%, while bitcoin dominance, or the percentage of the total market capitalization, remained almost unchanged at 55%.
People have asked if that was short term sell off and the price is heading back up
Due to the amount of volume, it’s more likely price has short term relief that can last hours or days before another push down to retest support
Price action isn’t a straight line 🙂 pic.twitter.com/FiTSsNO7SF
— Josh Rager 📈 (@Josh_Rager) June 4, 2019
The aggressive trendline (white) we’ve been tracking is now broken.
We could be looking for a test of the conservative trendline (yellow), or even consolidation at current levels.
— Mati Greenspan (@MatiGreenspan) June 4, 2019
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