Bitcoin slid by 6.15% on Sunday. Following on from a 0.12% decline on Saturday, Bitcoin ended the week up by 8.12% to $5,820.1.
A bullish start to the day saw Bitcoin rise to a mid-morning intraday high $6,410.9 before hitting reverse.
While falling short of the first major resistance level at $6,490.13, Bitcoin broke through the 23.6% FIB of $6,300.
The reversal saw Bitcoin slide to a final hour intraday low $5,755.5. Bitcoin fell back through the 23.6% FIB and through the first major support level at $5,897.3.
While recovering to $5,800 levels, Bitcoin failed to break back through the first major support level.
The near-term bearish trend, formed at late June’s swing hi $13,764.0, remained firmly intact, reaffirmed by the March new swing lo $4,000.
For the bulls, Bitcoin would need to break out from $10,000 levels to form a near-term bullish trend.
The Rest of the Pack
Across the rest of the top 10 cryptos, it was a bearish end to the week.
Tezos led the way down, tumbling by 11.50%.
Cardano’s ADA (-8.59%), Ethereum (-7.81%), Litecoin (-7.66%), Stellar’s Lumen (-7.94%), and Tron’s TRX (-8.39%) also saw heavy losses.
Bitcoin Cash ABC (-6.87%), Bitcoin Cash (-6.71%), EOS (-6.31%), Monero’s XMR (-6.65%), and Ripple’s XRP (-6.47%) weren’t far behind.
Binance Coin fared best on the day, with a 1.24% fall.
While it was a bearish end to the week, it was a mixed week for the majors.
Bitcoin Cash SV and Bitcoin Cash ABC led the way, with gains of 28.4% and 15.5% respectively.
Binance Coin (+7.52%), Cardano’s ADA (+0.59%), EOS (+4.08%), Monero’s XMR (+1.40%), and Tron’s TRX (+0.15%) joined Bitcoin in the green.
It was a bearish week for the rest of the pack, however.
Tezos and Ripple’s XRP led the way down, with losses of 4.49% and 3.68% respectively.
Ethereum (-0.74%), Litecoin (-2.15%), and Stellar’s Lumen (-1.78%) also saw red.
Through the week, the crypto total market cap fell to a Monday low $131.81bn before support kicked in. Upward momentum mid-week saw the market cap recover to strike a Friday week high $191.6bn. A bearish end to the week, however, led to a pullback to sub-$170bn levels. At the time of writing, the total market cap stood at $164.22bn.
Bitcoin’s dominance recovered from sub-64% levels to hit a high 65.72% before easing back. At the time of writing, Bitcoin’s dominance stood at 65.0%.
Trading volumes jumped from sub-$110bn levels to $192bn levels on Friday before sliding back. At the time of writing, 24-hr volumes stood at $129.02bn.