Bitcoin Price and Ethereum Prediction, Solana Pumps 4%, Can We Expect More?
Bitcoin is down nearly 20% in seven days to trade at $16,789 as a result of the FTX bankruptcy, which has caused market chaos and risk-off sentiment. Ethereum, the second-most valuable cryptocurrency, on the other hand, has plunged over 20% in the last seven days to trade at $1,252.20.
The global crypto market cap fell over 4% to $810.59 billion on the previous day, sending major cryptocurrencies into the red early on November 14. In contrast, the total crypto market volume increased over 12% in the last 24 hours to $60.78 billion.
The overall volume in DeFi was $4.23 billion, accounting for nearly 7% of the entire 24-hour volume in the crypto market. The entire volume of stablecoins was $56.48 billion, accounting for 92% of the overall 24-hour volume of the crypto market.
Let's take a look at the top altcoin gainers and losers over the last 24 hours.
Top Altcoin Gainers and Losers
Trust Wallet Token (TWT), ZCash (ZEC), and GMX are three of the top 100 coins that have gained value in the last 24 hours (GMX).
The TWT soared by more than 19% to $2, the ZEC grew by more than 6% to $41.60, and the GMX increased by nearly 3%.
FTX Token (FTT) has lost more than 18% of its value in the last 24 hours and over 90% in seven days to trade at $2.26. VIDT DAO (VIDT) has lost 90% in the last 24 hours
Exchange Outflows Hit Historic Highs
Since the failure of the second-largest cryptocurrency exchange last week, Bitcoin holders have been increasingly turning to self-custody options. Analytics firm Glassnode reports a dramatic increase in transactions from exchanges to personal cold storage wallets.
Glassnode tweeted on November 13 that monthly Bitcoin withdrawals from exchanges have reached near-historical levels of 106,000 BTC. Only three other times before this (April 2022, November 2020, and June/July 2022) were mentioned.
It also revealed that on November 9th, there was a sharp increase to roughly 90,000 Bitcoin wallets receiving the asset from exchange addresses. An increase in BTC withdrawals from an exchange is an optimistic indicator of long-term BTC holdings.
In this case, however, it seems to have been caused by a loss of faith in centralized cryptocurrency exchanges.
According to Glassnode, "positive balance adjustments across all wallet cohorts, from shrimp to whales," have occurred as a result of withdrawals.
Glassnode has noted an uptick in the rate at which stablecoins (many of which destabilized last week) have been flooding onto exchanges.
With over $1 billion in stablecoins were deposited into regulated markets on November 10th. It also said that the combined stablecoin reserves of all the exchanges it follows hit a fresh record high of $41.2 billion.
The current Bitcoin price is $16,798, and the 24-hour trading volume is $37 billion. Bitcoin has increased by 0.20% in the last 24 hours. CoinMarketCap currently ranks first, with a live market cap of $322 billion. It has a maximum supply of 21,000,000 BTC coins and a circulating supply of 19,206,950 BTC coins.
Bitcoin is consolidating in a broad trading range between $18,000 and $16,000, and a breakout will determine future price action. Bitcoin has completed a 38.2% Fibonacci retracement at the $18,100 level in the 4-hour timeframe, and it is now stable.
A positive crossover above $18,100. This level has the potential to expose the Bitcoin price to a 61.8% Fibonacci level of $19,350. If Bitcoin fails to break through the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level of $18.250, it could fall below $15,965.
The MACD, a leading technical indicator, has entered the buying zone, but the 50-day moving average and RSI remain in the selling zone. BTC may continue to fall if the closing candles fall below $18,000, with support at $16,000 and 15,850.
The current price of Ethereum is $1,261, with a 24-hour trading volume of $13 billion. In the last 24 hours, Ethereum has gained less than 1%. With a live market cap of $154 billion, CoinMarketCap currently ranks second. It has a circulating supply of 122,373,866 ETH coins and no maximum supply.
On Friday, the second-most valuable cryptocurrency, Ethereum, recovered 1% in the previous 24 hours to $1,262. On CoinMarketCap, it is now ranked second, with a live market capitalization of $154 billion.
On the daily chart, Ethereum has reclaimed the $1,262 level due to a bullish retracement. Ethereum's immediate resistance level is $1,370, which is backed up by a 50-day moving average. A bullish crossover above $1,370 could accelerate the recovery to $1,506 or $1,670.
Support remains near $1,170 or $1,095. A break below this level could expose ETH to $1,000, or $881, but this appears unlikely for the time being.
Solana Pumps 4%, Can We Expect More?
Solana's current price is $14.58, with a 24-hour trading volume of $1.1 billion. Solana has increased by over 5.32% in the last 24 hours. With a live market cap of $5.2 billion, CoinMarketCap currently ranks 13th. The circulating supply is 362,273,045 SOL coins.
Solana has already completed a 38.2% Fibonacci retracement to $21.85, and closing candles below this level indicate that the bearish trend is likely to continue. The SOL/USD pair continues to trade below the 50-day moving average, which is extending resistance near $26.
Formation of a bearish engulfing candle below the $21.85 barrier line, indicating that the slump is likely to continue. If sellers push SOL below its immediate support at $11.50, it could collapse to $5.5. Let's consider staying bearish under $20 today.
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