by bitcoinist 04/11/2019
Bitcoin price fell off its peak close to $5500 to head towards older $5000 support April 11 after a late fresh surge abruptly ran out of steam. $5500 A Push Too Far Data from cryptocurrency exchange Bitstamp, which provides Bitcoin price data often slightly more conservative than other platforms, shows BTC/USD has dropped below $5200 at press time Thursday. Bitcoin, which experienced a sudden rally of around $1300 last week, has broadly held on to
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Most of the top 20 cryptocurrencies are reporting slight to moderate losses on the day as bitcoin has fallen under $5,300 again.