Bitcoin Cash Analysis: BCH Crashes To $200, Likely To Decline Further

by livebitcoinnews 09/27/2019

Bitcoin cash price declined heavily and broke the key $285 and $270 support levels against the US Dollar. The price tested the $200 support area and it is currently consolidating losses. There was a break below a crucial bullish trend line with support near $310 on the 4-hours chart of the BCH/USD pair (data feed...



Gainers

Logo Coin Price Change(24 Hour)
QASH
QASH$0.07915

%17.8671

Zcoin
Zcoin$5.25702

%13.2608

HedgeTrade
HedgeTrade$0.81970

%10.7856

Cosmos
Cosmos$2.61143

%10.7437

Algorand
Algorand$0.24854

%8.65555

NULS
NULS$0.38787

%8.44811

Tezos
Tezos$0.94862

%7.42831

ICON
ICON$0.17538

%6.94704


Updated: 10/01/2019

Losers

Logo Coin Price Change(24 Hour)
Lambda
Lambda$0.05842

%-8.28085

Zilliqa
Zilliqa$0.00516

%-5.76032

Bytecoin
Bytecoin$0.00040

%-4.21062

Loom Network
Loom Network$0.02724

%-3.53764

Metaverse ETP
Metaverse ETP$0.58016

%-2.48318

ODEM
ODEM$0.11092

%-1.83571

Beam
Beam$0.90017

%-1.46715

Dai
Dai$0.99832

%-1.01413


Updated: 10/01/2019

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