Major cryptos had a volatile week. How did they fare?

Major cryptos had a volatile week. How did they fare?

The crypto market fluctuated during the last few days. Some of the majors rallied on Thursday, with EOS gaining 4.01% and Bitcoin Cash ABC soaring by 2.08%. Bitcoin Cash SV also jumped up by 1.49%, while Ethereum increased by 1.74%. Meanwhile, Litecoin rose by 1.73%, and Tron’s TRX climbed up by 1.45%.

Several other cryptos also gained moderately. Binance Coin and Monero’s XMR gained 0.86% and 0.35%, respectively. And Ripple’s XRP rose by 0.96%.

However, there were losers too. Cardano’s ADA shaved off 1.22%, and Stellar’s Lumen dropped down by 0.96%. Tezos also declined by 0.22%.

On the other hand, on Thursday, Bitcoin rallied by 5.14%, ending the day at $9,791.0. The crypto fell to an early morning low of $9,266.2 before making a move. However, it hit a late morning intraday high of $9,938.7 after steering clear of the first major support level at $8,938.33.

Furthermore, Bitcoin managed to break through the first and the second major resistance level at $9,564.83 and $9,781.67.

What about Friday’s session?

The cryptocurrencies traded in the red on Friday. Most of the majors sharply declined. Bitcoin tumbled down by 3.09% to $9,488.6. It dropped from an early morning high of $9,848.9 to a low of $9,260.0. The crypto also fell through the first major support level at $9,391.90 before finding support.

Meanwhile, Litecoin plummeted down by 1.91% during the day. But others survived with only slight losses.

Bitcoin’s dominance fell to levels below 67% before rebounding. The crypto’s dominance stood at 67.5% on Friday. Furthermore, 24-hour trading volumes jumped to an early Monday high of $206.86bn before sliding back to levels below $140bn. Nevertheless, volumes returned to $190bn levels on Thursday.

The crypto total market cap soared from a Monday low of $229.41bn to a Thursday high of $265.28bn over the week. The total market cap stood at $260.67bn on Friday.

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