Bitcoin declined by 0.52% on Thursday, ending the day at $9,257.0. After a bearish start of the day, the crypto plunged to an early morning intraday low of $9,011.0 before finding support.
After this, Bitcoin dropped through the first major support level at $9,121.37 before hitting a late morning high of $9,346.6. However, the crypto fell short of the major resistance levels, tumbling down to sub-$9,200 levels.
Bitcoin steered clear of the major support levels, but it rallied to a late intraday high of $9,349.0 before dropping back into the red. The crypto fell short of the $9,400 level, as well as the first major resistance level at $9,593.47.
On Friday, Bitcoin gained 0.22% to $9,277.5. After a mixed start of the day, the crypto fell to an early morning low of $9,205.0 before jumping to a high of $9,299.0.
Bitcoin’s dominance rallied to a Monday high of 66.20% before plunging to a Wednesday low of 65.65%. On Friday, Bitcoin’s dominance stood at 65.81%.
What about other cryptocurrencies?
The major cryptos fluctuated on Thursday. Bitcoin Cash ABC and Bitcoin Cash SV gained, rising by 0.35% and 0.46%, respectively. However, the rest of the digital coins traded on bearish territory during the session.
Stellar’s Lumen plummeted down by 1.90%, and Tezos lost 1.53%, while Cardano’s ADA tumbled down by 1.06%, and Ripple’s XRP dropped by 1.02%.
Meanwhile, Binance Coin lowered by 0.50%, and EOS fell by 0.88%. Ethereum also slid by 0.92%. Litecoin, Monero’s XMR, and Tron’s TRX saw relatively modest losses, falling by 0.59%, 0.65%, and 0.06%, respectively.
On Friday, Bitcoin Cash SV declined by 0.80%. Cardano’s ADA lost 0.12%, and Tezos fell by 0.68%, both of them ending in the red.
However, other cryptos traded on bullish territory during Friday’s session. Stellar’s Lumen gained the most, growing by 0.96%.
The crypto total market cap jumped to a Monday high of $272.54bn before dropping to a Thursday low of $251.99bn. On Friday, the total market cap stood at $259.08bn.