The collective market cap of the coin market tumbled down to a low of $170 billion on April 12. EOS replaced Litecoin [LTC] as the fourth largest cryptocurrency on CoinMarketCap, after the latter was hit badly by the recent market slump.
At press time, Bitcoin [BTC] held a market cap of $88.87 billion and was priced at $5,037. The digital gold registered a 24-hour trading volume of $15.79 billion and slumped by 3.57% over the day.
Litecoin [LTC] , the fifth largest cryptocurrency, registered a market cap of $4.78 billion and a 24-hour trading volume of $3.38 billion. The crypto-asset was valued at $78.03 and exhibited a major decline of 8.51% over the past 24 hours.
1-day BTC chart
The candlestick arrangement on BTC’s one-day chart exhibited a major downtrend from $6,459 to $4,186. A small uptrend from $4,198 to $5,089, fueled by the latest surge was also observed. The supports for the crypto-asset were found at $3,902 and $3,602, while the immediate resistances were at $5,663 and $6,562.
Bollinger Bands: The mouth of the bands was open and projected increasing volatility for the coin’s price.
Awesome Oscillator: The closing bar of the indicator was red, suggesting bearish activity in the offing.
Chaikin Money Flow: The CMF was above the zero-line, indicating that money was flowing into the coin market. Hence, a bullish pattern for BTC was forecast.
1-day LTC chart
The one-day LTC chart exhibited two uptrends from $32.90 to $45.68 and $45.68 to $60.31, followed by a minor correction. Another uptrend from $61.31 to $89.43 was registered, propelled by the latest market spike. A minor downtrend from $56.52 to $34.60 was also observed.
The coin has fallen below the $80-mark. However, another potential price break was anticipated, one that may push the coin over the $100-mark. The support points for LTC stood firm at $56.70 and $41.93.