Crypto markets are still in decline; Bitcoin Cash, SV, still dropping, Tezos bounces back.
Crypto markets are still on the floor today as there has been no sign of even a minor recovery. The bears have kept the pressure on and prices are still sinking as total market capitalization continues to fall below $110 billion.
Bitcoin has slid back again falling close to $3,400, down 3% or so from a high of $3,530 it reached yesterday. BTC is down 11% from the same time last week when it traded above $3,800 and is dangerously close to hitting another 2018 low.
Ethereum is still flat with very little going on as it remains just below $90 for another day. The top ten is mostly in the red but losses are much smaller than previously. Bitcoin Cash has taken the biggest hit again of 3% as it slides into oblivion below $100. This has enabled EOS to flip it and take sixth spot with a minor gain on the day to $1.90. There has been very little movement for the rest of the altcoins in this section.
The top twenty is a mixed bunch of half red half green. Dash, Zcash and Nem are still falling back slightly but the big mover at the moment here is Tezos which has jumped 6% on the day. A listing on Huobi Global yesterday is driving momentum for XTZ.
— Huobi Global (@HuobiGlobal) December 13, 2018
There are a couple of altcoins in the top one hundred getting a dose of fomo at the moment and they include TenX climbing 17% followed by Bitcoin Private and DEX up 14%, Waves also in double figures. Getting bashed today is Revain and Factom both losing around 12% at the time of writing.
Total crypto market capitalization has shrunk again today, falling marginally to $108 billion. Around $4 billion has been lost over the past few hours as markets did make a minor recovery late yesterday. Since the same time last week crypto markets have lost 12% and the downward pressure is still strong.
FOMO Moments is a section that takes a daily look at the top 20 altcoins during the current trading session and analyses the best performing ones, looking for trends and possible fundamentals.