Ethereum declined on Tuesday. How much did it lose?

Ethereum declined on Tuesday. How much did it lose?

Ethereum dropped down by 0.60% to $613.29 on Tuesday. After a mixed start of the day, Ethereum surged forward to an early morning high $617.87 before tumbling down to a low $612.79. However, the crypto hasn’t tested the major support and resistance levels thus far.

On Monday, Ethereum skyrocketed by 6.95%. After rallying by 7.21% on Sunday, the digital coin ended the month higher by 59.55% to $617.00.

 

However, it fluctuated during Sunday’s session, plummeting down to a late morning intraday low $571.11 before making a move. It also steered clear of the first major support level at $545.99. Afterwards, Ethereum soared to a late intraday high $617.

 

The crypto also managed to break through the first major resistance level at $592.54, as well as the second major resistance level at $608.32, ending the day at $617 levels.

 

How did Litecoin fare?

 Litecoin plummeted down by 0.44% to $87.01. After starting the day on a mixed territory, Litecoin hit an early morning high $87.91 before dropping to a low $87.01. It also hasn’t tested the major support and resistance levels so far.

 

On Monday, Litecoin skyrocketed by 10.95%. After gaining 8.59% on Sunday, the crypto ended the month higher by 57.35% to $87.66.

 

However, it fluctuated during the session. The crypto slid to a late morning intraday low $76.75 before making a move. It also steered clear of the first major support level at $73.36. Despite that, Litecoin surged forward to a late afternoon intraday high $88.53.

 

Furthermore, the crypto managed to break through the first major resistance level at $82.93, along with the second major resistance level at $86.85. But it came up short of $90 levels later. After that, Litecoin tumbled down again, ending the day at $87 levels. In addition, the second major resistance level at $86.85 gave support late in the day.

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