Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple: Prices, Charts and Analysis
- Bitcoin (BTC) is looking to break back below $6,000.
- Ripple (XRP) continues to fade away.
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Bitcoin (BTC) Rebound Sold-Off
The latest mini-rally in Bitcoin has yet again been thwarted by sellers, with the price nearing its recent low as confidence in the cryptocurrency marker remains at a low ebb. BTC trades below all three moving averages and is below $6,438, the swing low made on April 1 that saw the coin move back up to $10,000. Further price action under this level would see BTC head below $6,000 and towards support at $5,932, the February 6 low. Below here the November 6 low at $5,622 comes into play. A sustained break above $7,000 is needed to change the short-term bearish outlook.
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Bitcoin Four Hour Price Chart (June 28 – August 10, 2018)
Ripple (XRP) May Give the Last Nine Months Gains Back
Ripple continues to slip lower and will find a sustained rally tricky. After breaking below strong support at $0.425 – which now becomes strong resistance – recent price action shows a small rebound being sold-off. Due to the explosive December – January rally which saw XRP soar from $0.20 to $3.30, a lack of any technical support around current levels is notable on the charts. Ripple may now slowly trade all the way back down to the $0.20 level where we would then reevaluate the token’s prospects.
Ripple Four Hour Price Chart (July 7 – August 10, 2018)
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— Written by Nick Cawley, Analyst.