Bitcoin’s price movements have been rather bearish over the last few days. Yesterday, the largest cryptocurrency by market cap tried breaking up but got quickly rejected and recorded $8550 as of yesterday’s low.
Since then, Bitcoin is slowly gaining momentum, and the coin is back at the past week’s consolidation range $8700 – $8800.
As reported here yesterday, the $9,150 level that Bitcoin reached on Sunday and got rejected, was where the 4-hour MA-50 and the MA-100 met. Additionally, that’s the 78.6% Fib retracement level, so for the bearish trend to be reversed, the price of Bitcoin has to break that line, which is the critical resistance at the moment.
While Bitcoin remains in a steady position, some altcoins are noting huge increases over the last 24 hours. Komodo ($0.92, 19.7%), NEO ($13.08, 11%), Ontology ($0.94, 7.35%). Chainlink ($2.94, 6%), Binance Coin ($21.5, 5.69%).
Total Market Capitalization: $240 Billion
Bitcoin Market Capitalization: $158 Billion
Bitcoin Market Dominance: 66%
Major Crypto Headlines
Royal Bank of Canada Looking Into Launching Bitcoin Trading Platform. RBC is reportedly ready to invest in a cryptocurrency trading platform that would include Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other major digital currencies. If successful, that would be an important step towards cryptocurrency adoption by significant entities.
Bakkt’s Institutional Bitcoin Custody Now Fully Licensed By The NYDFS. The Bitcoin futures trading platform of the Intercontinental Exchange has received authorization from the New York Department of Financial Services to provide bitcoin custody to all institutions. Additionally, the news comes with a severely increased volume of Bitcoin contracts traded on the Bakkt platform.
CME Says It Will Launch Bitcoin Options In January. The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) recently announced that it would launch options on its bitcoin futures contracts starting in January 2020. However, it…