Stellar’s Lumen gained on Friday. What about Bitcoin?

Stellar’s Lumen gained on Friday. What about Bitcoin?

Most of the cryptos traded in bullish territory on Friday. Stellar’s Lumen gained the most, surging forward by 0.96%.

However, Bitcoin Cash SV declined by 0.80% during Friday’s session, while Cardano’s ADA lost 0.12%, and Tezos dropped by 0.68%, all of them ending in the red.

The Crypto market fluctuated on Thursday as well. Bitcoin Cash ABC and Bitcoin Cash SV jumped by 0.35% and 0.46%, respectively. On the other hand, the rest of the digital coins traded on in the red during the session.

Stellar’s Lumen tumbled down by 1.90%, and Tezos shaved off 1.53%, while Cardano’s ADA plummeted down by 1.06%, and Ripple’s XRP fell by 1.02%.

Litecoin, Monero’s XMR, and Tron’s TRX saw relatively modest losses, dropping by 0.59%, 0.65%, and 0.06%, respectively. Meanwhile, Binance Coin decreased by 0.50%, and EOS fell by 0.88%. Ethereum also plunged by 0.92%.

How did Bitcoin fare?

Bitcoin surged forward by 0.22% to $9,277.5 on Friday. After a mixed start of the day, the crypto fell to an early morning low of $9,205.0 before hitting a high of $9,299.0.

On Thursday, Bitcoin fell by 0.52%, ending the day at $9,257.0. After a bearish start of the day, the crypto plummeted down to an early morning intraday low of $9,011.0 before finding support.

Bitcoin also dropped through the first major support level at $9,121.37 before hitting a late morning high of $9,346.6. But the crypto fell short of the major resistance levels, dropping to sub-$9,200 levels.

The crypto steered clear of the major support levels, but Bitcoin skyrocketed to a late intraday high of $9,349.0 before dropping back into the red. It fell short of $9,400, as well as the first major resistance level at $9,593.47

On Friday, Bitcoin’s dominance stood at 65.81%. Bitcoin’s dominance rallied to a Monday high of 66.20% before dropping to a Wednesday low of 65.65%.

The crypto total market cap stood at $259.08bn on Friday. The total market cap jumped to a Monday high of $272.54bn before falling to a Thursday low of $251.99bn.

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