Valentine’s Day this year was positive for Bitcoin, even though the most dominant cryptocurrency did not manage to surge by a lot. Yesterday’s cryptocurrency news showed that the market remains at $120 billion and is coming closer to the $121 billion mark but Bitcoin remains at the standard price point above $3,600 with support at around $3,500.
In a nutshell, BTC and the rest of the top 5 cryptocurrencies had a pretty boring 24-hour period, where the notable moves happened at the opposite end of the market cap spectrum. Steem was one of the altcoins that rose by 3%, followed by the 2% increase of NEM. Of the top 10 non-stablecoins, only Bitcoin Cash rose in the green with a less than 0.2% global gain.
While the Bitcoin Cash price occasionally dipped under $100, it is comfortably in some kind of competition with Ethereum. Bitcoin SV, on the other hand, managed to wind down from the surge and risks against being dumped right now.
Bitcoin held onto a global price above $3,600 but is still valued at $3,500 on Coinbase and other exchanges. However, we must warn that markets which list extremely higher prices for Bitcoin at this time are often suspicious – so take note.
February 15th is a new day for the crypto market and so far, there are minor positive movements in most of the top 10 altcoins, with XRP and BCH as the only altcoins in the red by less than 0.50% points.
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