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FTT Token, the asset of FTX Exchange, defied the market as traders flocked to the new futures trading hub.
Bitcoin (BTC) recovered briefly above $38,000 after bouncing from lows. BTC returned to the $36,000 range with fears of another dip.
Bitcoin (BTC) recovered above $37,000 after rapid selling brought down the price to $33,000. Fears of another dip stalled the recovery.
Bitcoin (BTC) dipped close to $33,200 before making a recovery to $36,000, after cascading liquidations broke down the recovery trend.
Bitcoin (BTC) did not hold the levels above $40,000, but with some signs the market bottom may be near. Questions remain on the length of eventual bear market.
Cosmos (ATOM) got near its all-time highs in another rally for the past two weeks. ATOM fell after the market turned red again ahead of the weekend.
Litecoin (LTC) shows bullish attitudes even after a correction. The network also saw a record peak of transactions in raw count and value transfered.
Bitcoin (BTC) retreated under $42,000 on continued fearful attitudes. Leveraged positions are slow to recover, sparking fears of a bear market.
Cardano (ADA) held a rally in the past week, adding 30% to its price on announcements of the upcoming SundaeSwap decentralized exchange (DEX).
In 2022, crypto trading continues apace, with more active scrutiny on blockchain history and new limitations from the Bitfinex exchange.
Harmony (ONE) broke out closer to previous highs, after announcing a Cosmos partnership and more value flowing in in 2022.
Bitcoin (BTC) looks at a recovery to $44,000 before eventually regaining a climbing trend.
Ethereum (ETH) regained its levels above $3,200 after a dip under $3,000 during a recent flash crash.
Bitcoin (BTC) flash-crashed under $40,000 late on Monday, later recovering above $42,000.
Bitfinex's native token LEO is on an expansion rally, potentially setting up a new higher position.
Bitcoin (BTC) sank toward $41,700 ahead of the weekend, dragging down the market cap of the entire market under $2 trillion.
Bitcoin (BTC) threatens to dip under $43,000 on Thursday, extending a slide and re-sparking fears of a bear market.
Internet Computer (ICP) is still facing price pressures, but sets some signs of a potential rally in the coming year.
Cosmos (ATOM) broke out, setting expectations for a new price range in 2022.