Bitcoin traded in the green. How do other cryptos fare?

Bitcoin traded in the green. How do other cryptos fare?

Bitcoin jumped by 1.17% on Thursday, ending the day at $9,790.7. The crypto fluctuated during the session. It soared to an early morning high of $9,690.6 before dropping to a late morning intraday low of $9,461.0. Bitcoin also slid through the first major support level at $9,504.13 after steering clear of the major resistance levels.

However, the crypto managed to find support and recovered in the afternoon, striking a late afternoon intraday high of $9,882.1 before pulling back. Despite the drawback, it managed to break through the first major resistance level at $9,744.93, as well as the second major resistance level at $9,813.27.

However, resistance at $9,900 pinned Bitcoin back, and it dropped through the second major resistance level to end the day at sub-$9,800 levels.

On Friday, Bitcoin climbed up by 0.19% to $9,809.0. The crypto hit a high of $9,848.9 after falling to an early morning low of $9,765.3. But it left the major support and resistance levels untested early on.

What about other major cryptos? 

The crypto market fluctuated on Thursday. Several cryptos ended in the red. Binance Coin lowered by 0.40%, and Ethereum declined by 0.58%. Meanwhile, Stellar’s Lumen dropped by 0.62%, and Tezos shaved off 1.61%, with Tron’s TRX declining by 0.29%.

However, the rest of the majors traded in relatively bullish territory. Cardano’s ADA rallied by 3.68%, gaining the most. Monero’s XMR also found strong support, growing by 1.34%.

Bitcoin Cash ABC jumped by 1.27%, while Bitcoin Cash SV increased by 0.30%, and EOS climbed up by 0.88%. Litecoin rose by 0.59% as well. However, Ripple’s XRP ended the session flat.

On Friday, Bitcoin Cash ABC gained 2.53%, leading the way. On the other hand, Cardano’s ADA lost 0.17%, with Stellar’s Lumen and Tezos lowering by 0.54% and 0.15%, respectively. However, other cryptos traded in the green.

 

The crypto total market cap jumped to a Monday high $285.71bn before plunging to a Tuesday low $255.98bn. On Friday, the total market cap stood at $273.47bn.

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