The collective cryptocurrency market has seen varied movement since the beginning of the week, with the market cap dropping to $120.7 billion. Bitcoin Cash [BCH] managed to add over $150 million to its market cap during the bullish wave last week, but since coins like Litecoin [LTC] and EOS [EOS] saw massive double-digit price surges, BCH was pegged down to the sixth spot on the global coin ladder.
At press time, value of Bitcoin Cash has fallen by 2.36 percent to $121.64 against the US dollar in the past 24 hours, while the coin’s market cap has now declined to $2.14 billion.
In terms of exchange dominance, LBank takes the top-spot with $22.39 million or 8.58 percent of Bitcoin Cash volume held in the trading pair BCH/BTC. Following up is P2PB2B2 and BW with 6.06 percent and 5.97 percent of BCH volume held, in the trading pairs BCH/USD and BCHABC/USDT respectively.
The one-hour Bitcoin Cash price has two successive uptrends followed by a brief period of stabilization. The uptrends began on February 6, with the price first increasing from $111.53 to $117.29, followed by a price increase from $115.09 to $128.92. The recent downtrend extends from $126.35 to $122.97.
Bitcoin Cash finds immediate support at $118.30, while the coin’s immediate resistance level stands at $126.08, which the coin dipped below earlier this week.
The Bollinger Band indicates that following the bullish swing, which saw the volatility shoot up, the coin has been fairly stable. The Moving Average line indicates that the coin is going through a bearish spree.
The MACD line shows that the coin is going through a bearish spree since 1000 UTC on 10 February.
The Relative Strength Index points to a fall in the sentiments of investors towards Bitcoin Cash.