Crypto is lower this morning, with most in the Top 10 down at least -3%. Spot volumes have remained in line with what we've seen over the last 3-days.
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Crypto markets are lower this morning as the sector sees a pullback from its aggressive run-up earlier in the week. Spot volumes, while still above the 30-day average, are only about a third of what they were Tuesday and Wednesday.
Some of the more aggressive moves saw DASH up in the range of 100% over 24-hours, Zcash (ZEC) +70%, ETH Classic (ETC) +50% and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) +40%. Bitcoin SV (BSV) was far and away the best performer (+200% at its highs).
We've Been Hearing A Lot About BTC Technicals In The Most Recent Rally - We Wanted To Share Some Broad Thoughts About How, In Our Opinion, These Indicators Differ In Crypto Versus Traditional Public Markets
In response to growing interest in cryptocurrencies and customer demand for tools to manage bitcoin exposure, CME Group will launch options on Bitcoin futures (BTC) on January 13, 2020.
In spite of continuing to be the world's largest crypto/fiat onramp, the BFX spread has become a mainstay in the space over the last 18-months.
Crypto continues to rally this morning with BTC now up USD 1,000 since Thursday. Elsewhere, crypto price spreads on Bitfinex, which have traded at premiums for months, collapsed yesterday evening.
Since The Launch Of Several New Futures Platforms, Data Provided By Individual Exchanges Appears Inconsistent - While There Is Little Way To Prove Wash-Trading Or Misreporting Volumes, There Is Evidence That Such Practices Could Be At Work.
In late 2018, XRP had at times surpassed ETH as the second-largest crypto by market cap. The story was far different in 2019. XRP was the worst-performing crypto in the Top 10, losing half of its market cap or over USD 7B equivalent.