Bitcoin fell by 1.87% on Sunday. Partially reversing a 3.17% gain from Saturday, Bitcoin ended the week up by 3.13% to $7,133.3.
It was a bearish end to the week for the crypto market. Bitcoin slid from an early morning intraday high $7,285.4 to an early afternoon intraday low $7,056.9.
Steering clear of the major resistance levels, Bitcoin fell through the first major support level at $7,096.7.
Finding support through the afternoon, however, Bitcoin recovered to $7,200 levels before easing back.
The near-term bearish trend, formed at late June 2019’s swing hi $13,764.0, remained firmly intact, reaffirmed by the March 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 majors, it was a bearish day on Saturday.
Bitcoin Cash ABC (-4.04%), Bitcoin Cash SV (-4.81%), EOS (-4.72%), and Litecoin (-4.39%) led the way down.
Binance Coin (-3.48%), Cardano’s ADA (-3.08%), Ethereum (-3.97%), Ripple’s XRP (-3.46%), Stellar’s Lumen (-3.28%), Tezos (-3.42%), and Tron’s TRX (-3.42%) were close behind, however.
Monero’s XMR saw a more modest 1.60% loss on the day.
It was a relatively mixed week for the majors, however.
Binance Coin (+12.53%), Ethereum (+13.58%), and Tezos (+12.27%) led the way.
Cardano’s ADA (+6.35%), EOS (+4.09%), Monero’s XMR (+6.59%), and Tron’s TRX (+2.59%) trailed the front runners.
Bitcoin Cash SV (+1.33%), Litecoin (+0.67%), Stellar’s Lumen (+0.73%) also ended in the green.
Bitcoin Cash ABC ended the week flat, however, with Ripple’s XRP falling by 0.28% to buck the trend.
Through the week, the crypto total market cap rose to a week high $210.88bn on Sunday morning. A Wednesday sell-off had seen the total market cap fall to a week low $187.38bn. At the time of writing, the total market cap stood at $208.88bn.
Bitcoin’s dominance eased back from 64% levels following Thursday’s and Saturday’s broad-based crypto rallies. At the time of writing, Bitcoin’s dominance stood at 63.4%.
24-hour trading volumes rose from sub-$120bn levels to a week high $168.48bn on Thursday before easing back. At the time of writing, 24-hr volumes stood at $124.99bn.