The cryptocurrency market went on a big sprint, with the market cap climbing all the way to $191 billion, prompted by Bitcoin’s rally beyond $6,000. As BTC continued to outperform the altcoins, its silver counterpart, Litecoin [LTC] failed to gain significant upward movement in its valuation and was trading below $80.
1-day BTC chart
The largest cryptocurrency by market cap, Bitcoin held a market cap of $111.7 billion and was valued at $6,315 after surging by 4.41% over the last 24 hours. At press time, the crypto-asset on CoinMarketCap recorded a 24-hour trading volume of $18.6 billion.
The one-day BTC chart registered a significant uptrend from $4,143 to $5,153 and another uptrend from $5,143 to $5,740, catapulted by the latest sprint. A downtrend from $6,321 to $5,542 was also observed in the above chart. BTC broke the previous set resistance at $5,566 and was anticipated to break the next immediate resistance point at $6,500. BTC’s support stood firm at $3,859.
Bollinger Bands: The wide, open mouths of the bands indicated high price volatility for Bitcoin.
Awesome Oscillator: The closing bar of the indicator was green, suggesting a some bullish activity for the coin.
Chaikin Money Flow: The CMF was also above the zero-line, indicating that money was flowing into the coin market. Hence, a bullish price pattern for the crypto-asset was recorded.
1-day LTC chart
Litecoin held a market cap of $4.68 billion and was priced at $75.91, at press time. The fifth largest coin on CoinMarketCap recorded a 24-hour trading volume of $3.12 billion. LTC rose by 2.79% over the past 24 hours.
The one-day Litecoin [LTC] chart registered an uptrend from $32.86 to $66.76 and another uptrend from $66.76 to $73.80,