Bitcoin fell below $ 33K, the analyst said BTC was “dangerously low” while ETH was “at comfortable levels.”

Bitcoin and some popular digital assets have depreciated in the past 24 hours as bitcoin has fallen below the $ 33k mark. The entire market value of the billions of 10 000 + crypto assets lost during the night trading session, the crypto economy, the world, is currently $ 1.38 billion, 6% less than yesterday.

Kriptorynka’s Capitalization Falls To 6 %, Ether’s Dominance Increases
Traders are focusing on what will happen in crypto markets as prices begin to fall after a long period of consolidation. At 7: 00 p.m. (EDT), the price of bitcoin (BTC) fell to $ 32,100 per unit, but recovered some of its losses. 24-hour statistics show BTC has lost 6.4% in the last 24 hours and 2.87% in the last seven days.

BTC is down 49.64% from an all-time high achieved three months ago. Meanwhile, bitcoin’s dominance has decimated to 44.3%, and Ethereum’s (ETH) dominance has recently increased (18.3%). At the time of writing, BTC is currently trading at $ 32,518 per unit.

Ethereum has the second largest position on Thursday, with a market capitalization of $ 251 billion. The ETH is down more than 9% today, but the ETH is up just over 2% last week. Ether trades at $ 2,155 per unit and has about $ 8 billion in 24-hour global trading volume, the press release said.

From the top ten of the Cryptocurrency list, Cardano (island) managed to include losses. The island has lost 5% today, but cryptoactivity has been more than 3% in the past seven days. The biggest gain on Thursday was hyperion (HYN), which jumped 73%, and the biggest loser was TOKENSTARS token team, which has fallen 53% in the past 24 hours.

Alex Kupsikiewicz : “bitcoin is dangerously low, while Ether is resting comfortably”
In the Sunday update note sent to the address in the News, Alex Kupsikevich, a senior financial analyst at FxPro, explained that “bitcoin is at a dangerously low level.”

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