Bitcoin (BTC) price has risen to $39,000 high after buyers successfully breach the $37,000 resistance. In the first uptrend since May 31, buyers could not sustain the bullish momentum above the $37,000 high.
It looks like February was a bullish month for most of the top 100 cryptocurrencies in the market. In the past 30 days, out of 100 top coins, there are just 3 cryptocurrencies that are trading in red – meaning the rest are all in green (they did not decline in price). Let’s analyze the 5 biggest losers among the top 100 digital currencies in the industry.
Bitcoin Cash has pulled above the $500 support and attempts to resume an upward move. Today, the upward move is facing some resistance as the altcoin resumes a range-bound movement below the $600 high. In the previous price action, BCH was trading above $680 support.
Most cryptocurrencies have been bullish in this year, and are expected to do even better in 2021.The year 2020 is ending on a good note on the side of the cryptocurrency industry. The year has seen governments begging citizens to use digital payment solutions instead of fiat money.
Bitcoin (BTC) price is now in a sideways trend as buyers fail to break the $16,000 resistance. Today, the king coin is trading at $15,366 at the time of writing. In the previous uptrend, the upside momentum was terminated at the $15,888 high.