Bitcoin (BTC) is up around 0.85 percent, trading around $6,354. After a period of protracted stability, the top coin saw a recent spate of downwards momentum and has been trading beneath $6,400 for the past several days. After an intra-week low of $6,307 yesterday, Nov. 11, Bitcoin has stemmed its losses and pushed back above the $6,350 mark.
Crypto markets are seeing a wave of stability, with most major assets seeing low-level fluctuations both red and green, with just a few exceptions.
On the week, the top cryptocurrency is just a little down from the start of its weekly chart, in the red by a slight 0.4 percent. On the month, Bitcoin is up around one percent.
The market’s leading altcoin Ethereum (ETH) has also seen a fractional gain, up around three-quarters of a percent to trade at $210. Correlating with Bitcoin, the altcoin saw an intra-week peak at around $220 Nov. 7, declining in the following days to trade as low as $207 Nov. 11 before recovering ground today.
Ripple (XRP) has outstripped all of the top ten coins on CoinMarketCap, sealing almost six percent growth to trade at around $0.53 at press time. While still below its weekly peak at over $0.55 Nov. 6, Ripple saw a strong surge during the hours, having traded sideways at a lower price point of around $0.51 in recent days.
On the week, Ripple’s growth is now a solid 5.2 percent, with monthly gains at 25.6 percent.
Total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies is around $212.9 billion as of press time, down from an intra-week high of around $220.7 billion.