- July 29, 2019
- Posted by: Gerald Moore
- Category: General Crypto News
Crypto markets are seeing delicate variations, blended red and green, while Bitcoin (BTC) is holding ground around the $9,600 mark.
After a salient fall on July 28 and a further correction to $9,250 the following day, the top coin has since recovered and stabilized around the $9,590 mark — up 0.5% on the day.
The coin’s losses are at around 7% on the week, with monthly losses pushing 20%.
An analysis report was published in light of Bitcoin’s acute descending turn since its 2019 high of $13,739. The report covered experts’ still-bullish outlook for the asset in the medium term. Among factors under consideration are the coin’s technicals, current mining trends and Bitcoin’s 2020 halving, when mining rewards will be reduced by half.
Top altcoin Ether (ETH) has posted a mild gain of close to 1.3% and is trading around $212 by press time. Mirroring Bitcoin, Ether dipped to as low as $201 during weekend trading hours. While Ether is seeing a slight 2.6% loss on its 7-day chart, the altcoin is down close to 35% on the month.
XRP is seeing negligible price change on the day, while its 7-day and 1-month charts are indicating losses of over 3% and 27% respectively.
Among the remaining top ten coins, the picture is checkered, with all proportions adjustments at the day capped inside of a 2% change both red and green. EOS, Bitcoin SV (BSV), Stellar (XLM) and Binance Coin (BNB) are all in the red — with BSV reporting the sizable loss, of just 1.7%.
Widening out to the top twenty, the charts stay a blended bag, with only slender fluctuations again capped below 2% either way.
Sprint (DASH) is down essentially the most, by means of 3.6% at the day, adopted by means of Chainlink (LINK) at 1.9%. Tezos (XTZ) has received essentially the most during the last 24-hours, sealing a 1.8% achieve, adopted by means of Unus Sed Leo (LEO) at 1.five%.
At press time, total market capitalization for all cryptocurrencies is around $260.4 billion.
On July 28, blockchain payment network Ripple signed an open letter to United States regulators ahead of fresh hearings on cryptocurrency regulation this week, arguing that the country should develop an approach“ that does not detriment U.S. companies and classify cryptocurrencies “in a way that notices their fundamental differences — not painting them with a broad brush.”
Concurrently, the Iranian government has followed through on the country’s Economic Commission’s move to authorize cryptocurrency mining as an industrial activity, in what some have interpreted as being probably step one towards the domestic legalization of cryptocurrencies.