The past week saw Bitcoin stabilize around the $6,500 mark, while altcoins had their separate rallies, with XRP making the most notable performance.
The past week saw a spectacular climb from XRP, but Bitcoin once again remained king, with trading volumes returning to their regular levels above $5 billion.
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Bitcoin (BTC) stabilized this week, with a small drop of 0.42% over the entire period. On Friday as of 12:00 UTC, BTC traded at $6,666.27, up 2.45% in the past 24 hours. Altcoins challenged the dominance of BTC, which hovered around 52.2%.
Bitcoin is generally stable after one last small injection of Tether (USDT) on Friday, September 21, and generally kept level, with lows for the week at $6,381.86, and a peak at $6,814.56.
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Ethereum (ETH) stood at $224.41 on Friday, down around 1% this week. The coin goes through the usual bearish pressures, with doubts about the network’s capacity and the utility of ETH tokens.
XRP (XRP) continued its phenomenal climb, reaching $0.76 before retreating, and during the week, the asset erased all gains, to return to $0.52, with a net gain of just around 1%.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH, BCC) had a spike after Bitmain announced spectacular results for the first half of financial 2018. BCH climbed to above $570, but retained only around 11% in weekly gains, after falling to $536.59. BCH reached a peak at $585.36, and lows for the week were at $428.91.
EOS (EOS) remained traditionally stable this week, adding a slim 0.44% to $5.82.
Stellar (XLM) remained almost unchanged since last Friday, keeping the $0.25 levels. XLM managed to touch the $0.30 levels on September 23, but also slid slowly.
Litecoin (LTC) had a small rally after news of being added to the CoinText service. LTC grew above $63, but on Friday, returned to around $61.41, with a 6% gain over the week.
Cardano (ADA) hovered around the $0.08 range, losing around 3% this week, sliding ahead of the weekend to $0.082.
Monero (XMR) saw a dramatic week in which a serious bug was patched, but the price kept steady. XMR is at $116.99, down 2.35% in the past seven days.
DASH (DASH) climbed to $191.09, again on news of being added to CoinText along with LTC. The coin is struggling to gain over the $200 level.
IOTA (MIOTA) is once again out of the spotlight, down to $0.56, losing about 3.5% this week.
TRON (TRX) slid slightly, down to $0.021, losing about 5% in the past week.
NEO (NEO) saw a spike of trading ahead of the weekend, as the GAS dividend asset doubled its price early on Friday. NEO traded at $19.08, up around 1.2% this past week.
Ethereum Classic (ETC) kept its position at $11.31, as the coin has sparked no new enthusiasm since the listing on Coinbase.
Position 15 still belongs to Binance Coin (BNB), which trades at around $9.95. Tether (USDT) remains on position eight within the top ten of coins.
The past week saw most assets drift sideways, once again raising expectations of a consolidation before a new rally. However, so far, small price spikes are followed by selling, as bearish attitudes remain strong.
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