Bitcoin, Ether, Ripple Analysis - Support Needs to Hold | Webinar

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Cryptocurrency Prices Move Lower

Cryptocurrencies across the board fell, led by recent market outperformer Bitcoin, in quiet market conditions with little of note to explain the sell-off. A rumoured large sell order on Tuesday was countered by a large buy order later in the session but the net effect was Bitcoin (BTC) back at lows last seen one week ago. Most of the top 6 cryptos are now close to noted support levels which need to hold if the market wants to turn higher.

Ripple (XRP) yesterday bounced off strong support at $0.425 and needs to consolidate above here to move higher. However a break and close below here could see XRP fall all the way back to around $0.20 - $0.25, the starting point of the sharp rally up to the $3.35 area.

Ripple (XRP) Four Hour Price Chart (June 15 - August 1, 2018)

Bitcoin, Ether, Ripple Analysis - Support Needs to Hold | Webinar

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--- Written by Nick Cawley , Analyst .

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