Ripple’s XRP has been following the movements of market leader Bitcoin. Both dropped significantly in price leading up to Friday last week but underwent a small recovery over the weekend.
XRP now trades at the key $0.3 level. The market drop on Friday which brought market leader Bitcoin to a 2018 low around $2800 saw XRP drop to $0.285. It had since recovered back above $0.3 over the weekend and currently trades around this point.
With the market back to declining today, it is likely that XRP will drop and potentially stay below $0.3. The 2018 low for XRP is around $0.25, so a return to bearish movements may bring XRP price to this level. The momentum is on the side of sellers with both the MACD and RSI decreasing to the downside.
The market leader Bitcoin which represents over 55% of the entire cryptocurrency market cap has been recording similar movements. A recovery over the weekend brought the price briefly above $3600. Price has started declining since and this has likely resulted in a lower high being formed in both Bitcoin and XRP.
$3000 is the next key level to monitor for Bitcoin, and a drop to this level may bring the entire cryptocurrency market cap below $100 Billion. A drop below either of these may spark another sever sell-off across the market.
- Bitcoin and XRP recovered over the weekend after a bearish week but have since returned to depreciating.
- The recovery over the weekend was likely a lower high forming, and the next significant downside move may result in new 2018 lows forming.
- The key level to monitor for XRP is $0.25 and the key level to monitor for Bitcoin is $3000. A drop to these levels would likely result in the entire cryptocurrency market dropping below $100 Billion and this may spark a severe sell-off.
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