The cryptocurrency market continued to maintain the gains achieved on Tuesday with the vast majority of the top coins holding on or even increasing their prices. Bitcoin Cash was up by around 2% to trade at the $560 level, spurred by the positive momentum that prevailed across the markets.
The cryptocurrency market experienced another downturn on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning, with most major currencies seeing the gains made on Tuesday vanish within a matter of a few hours.
The cryptocurrency market appeared to be in a state of flux with most coins experiencing sharp downturns.
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The cryptocurrency market continued its decline on early Friday morning as a negative sentiment seemed to prevail over all the Top 10 coins.
Bitcoin Cash traded up as much as 10% to the $870 mark before easing back slightly to register $850 at press time.
Bitcoin Cash was up by around 5% to trade at the $820 level at press time on Monday with a further push expected.
Bitcoin Cash recovered very well from its sub $700 levels and was trading at $721 at press time on Monday after having reached the $730 level on Sunday.
The cryptocurrency markets continued to experience negative sentiment over the past 24 hours, with all of the top 10 coins registering a decrease.
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The crypto currency markets began a slight recovery on Monday morning after a disastrous weekend, when BTC dropped below the $6,000 mark for the second time this year.