Bitcoin cash price failed to gain pace against the US Dollar. BCH/USD broke a key support near $475 and now poised for more declines. Bitcoin cash price failed to gain pace against the US Dollar. BCH/USD broke a key support near $475 and now poised for more declines. This week we saw some positive moves in Bitcoin cash price above the $500 handle against the US Dollar. However, the price failed to maintain the bullish gains above the $520-500 levels and started a downside move.
Ripple price moved down further against the US Dollar and Bitcoin. XRP/USD is likely to decline below $0.1700 and remains at risk. Ripple price moved down further against the US Dollar and Bitcoin. XRP/USD is likely to decline below $0.1700 and remains at risk. There was a bear leg initiated from the $0.1969 high in Ripple price against the US Dollar. The price declined slowly and steadily, moving below the $0.1900 support area. Yesterday, I mentioned that the price could test the $0.1700 level.
Ethereum price upside seems to be exhausted against the US Dollar and Bitcoin. ETH/USD broke $280 and now it can even test the $240 support in the near term. Ethereum price upside seems to be exhausted against the US Dollar and Bitcoin. ETH/USD broke $280 and now it can even test the $240 support in the near term. There was a complete failure in ETH price to surpass the $290 level against the US Dollar. The price consolidated in a range below $290, but finally sellers had the upper hand.
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Selecting a term
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