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$20 Billion in 2 Days: Crypto Market Surges as Ripple Continues Rally

Within the past 48 hours, the valuation of the crypto market has increased from $198 billion to $218 billion in a rally boosted by a surge in Ripple token XRP. XRP, the native cryptocurrency of the Ripple blockchain network, recorded a 40 percent rise on September 21, continuing its momentum that was established earlier this week. Throughout this week, Bitcoin recorded a 6 percent increase in price, stabilizing in the $6,700 region, while the majority of cryptocurrencies in the global market demonstrated 10 to 50 percent increase in value. The struggle of Bitcoin to break out of the $7,000 resistance level and record similar movements on the upside as other cryptocurrencies is attributable to the dominant cryptocurrency’s trend over the past few months.

From June to August, major cryptocurrencies like Ripple and Ethereum recorded 40 to 50 percent losses against the US dollar while Bitcoin dropped by less than 10 percent. Extreme oversold conditions as a result of intensified movements on the downside caused Ripple, Ethereum, and the rest of the market to initiate a strong rally. Novogratz stated that in December of 2017, the crypto market demonstrated a classic speculative mania but throughout the past eight months, the market has endured a major correction and achieved a classic bottom in recent months.

If bottom has been established by Bitcoin last week in the low region of $6,000, as long as the volume of the crypto exchange market can be maintained in the weeks to come, it is likely that most cryptocurrencies will recover further in a strong short-term rally. In the past seven days, the volume of the crypto market has increased from $10 billion to $17 billion, with Bitcoin’s volume rising from $3.3 billion to $5.4 billion. The abrupt rise in the prices of XRP and ETH has created strong momentum for the market, which is expected to extend throughout the month.

$20 Billion in 2 Days: Crypto Market Surges as Ripple Continues Rally, CCN, Sep 21
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