Bitcoin leaves its feathers, Factom shoots up

Bitcoin falls below the $ 4,000 mark, BCH loses over ten percent. Also Ripple (XRP) and Ethereum (Ether) performed better. There are still some outliers up there. The last 24 hours in retrospect.

Bitcoin is currently dancing around $ 3,850 and has been able to prevent major outbreaks or collapses in the last 24 hours. He has withstood the short-term bottom of $ 3,655. However, the $ 4,872 mark that would break the bearish scenario is still out of touch. So it’s a total of one percent that Bitcoin lost in the last 24 hours, just under ten percent within a week.

Bitcoin Cash – in the last 24 hours, the cryptocurrency had to plug twelve percent. This puts BCH at just under $ 125. Part of this may have flowed into BTC Satoshi’s vision – the war child out of the hash war of BCH SV and BCH ABC  rose by nearly four percent in the last 24 hours and performed comparatively well. The BSV price is currently around $ 90.

Also the Coin, which wants to replace SWIFT, let feathers in the last 24 hours. For example, Ripple’s XRP price is currently $ 0.3387 and a 24-hour decline of nearly three percent. In the course of the week, it is almost twelve percent, the XRP price or ripple token lost strength.

Ethereum, meanwhile, is fighting the $ 100 mark. The Headbirth of Dr. Vitalik Buterin lost just under 4.7 percent in the last 24 hours. With a weekly minus of 14 percent, the Ethereum Course (ETH) is $ 103.

Some outliers in green

If you let your eyes wander over the then quite red charts, flash a few green lights here and there. Accordingly, the Binance Coin (BNB) has gained eleven percent in the last seven days. The BNB rate is $ 5.92.

Waves also performed well in the last week – here is a whopping 60 percent, which could win the Waves course. He is currently at 1.89 US dollars.

Best performer is unbeaten factom. The FCT rate is $ 17.97. That’s a 7-day plus of 72 percent. In the last 24 hours, the factom token has again increased by almost 20 percent

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