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Markets Update: Top Cryptos Reclaim Support as RVN Rallies

The leading cryptocurrency markets are attempting to reclaim the losses incurred during Tuesday’s dip, with many crypto assets having rebounded to currently trade above last week’s support zone. In other market action, RVN has been among the top performing markets of the last fortnight, up 145% since Feb. 24. Also

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Markets Update: Leading Cryptocurrencies Briefly Break Local Resistance

The cryptocurrency markets have seen significant volatility over the last 24 hours, with BTC rallying by 7% to test resistance at $4,200, before violently crashing approximately 10% back below $3,800. BCH has posted comparable volatility, currently trading for $135 after rallying above $150 for the first time since Jan.

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Stablecoins Dominate Currency Pairings for Leading Crypto Assets

Amidst the ongoing cryptocurrency bear market, stablecoins have continued to gain prominence, with USDT currently comprising the dominant pairing for three of the four largest cryptocurrencies by market cap.  Also Read: Localbitcoins Trade Surges in Latin America and East Asia USDT Comprises Dominant Pairing for 3 of Top 4 Cryptocurrencies by Market

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Markets Update: Leading Markets Break ATH Descending Trendlines

BTC price action has broken above a major long-term trendline stemming back to December 2017’s all-time highs. When looking at the 2014 – 2015 bear market, a similar move precipitated the final sell-off of the trend before price action moved into an accumulation pattern. BCH also appears to have

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Markets Update: Bearish Momentum Grips Leading Cryptocurrencies After BTC Tests ATH Trendline

The cryptocurrency markets have produced a slight retracement in response to bitcoin core (BTC) testing a long-term descending trendline dating back to December 2017’s record highs. The dip has seen bitcoin cash (BCH) slip back below $150, and BTC fail to hold above $4,000. As of this writing, ripple

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Leading Crypto Markets Post Worst Year of Monthly Price Action on Record

When looking at monthly market performance, 2018 was the bloodiest year in the history of the cryptocurrency markets. Of the seven largest cryptocurrencies by market cap, only three were able to produce more than two green monthly candles during 2018. Also Read: Bitblock Publishes Alternative Valuation Model That Suggests BTC Is

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Markets Update: Leading Cryptos Grind to New Lows for 2018

In the last 24 hours, many leading cryptocurrency markets have broken down to post new lows for 2018. The bloodshed has seen BCH fall below $100 for the first time ever, while the market cap of ETH has fallen below $10 billion for the first time in over a

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