Daily market update: Grayscale’s flagship Bitcoin fund up 90%
Welcome to your daily update of all Bitcoin’s price movements yesterday, including price, volume, the fear and greed index, and more.
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We closed yesterday, 12 August 2020, at a price of $11,584.93 – with a daily high of $11,748.40 and a low of $11,249.61.
The closing price was up $202.31 on the same date last year and $174.40 dollars higher than the day before.
We’re still 41% below Bitcoin‘s all-time high of $20,089 (17 December 2017).
Bitcoin’s market capitalisation as of yesterday was $213,846,666,475. To put that into context, Jeff Bezos’s net worth is $188,500,000,000, which means he could only buy 88% of all Bitcoin. You can’t have everything, Jeff!
The volume traded yesterday was $25,064,548,486. That is the lowest it’s been since 9 August 2020.
To put that into context, the highest ever 24-hour volume is $53,060,690,000, last year’s high was $29,060,690,000, and last year’s average was $15,060,690,000.
In total, 348,619 bitcoin transactions were carried out yesterday.
Fear and greed index
Cryptocurrency remains stable in the Greed zone at 75 – the same as the day before. Extreme fear can be a sign that investors are too worried, which could be a buying opportunity. When Investors are getting too greedy, that means the market may be due for a correction.
Relative Strength Index (RSI)
The daily RSI is currently 60.67*. Values of 70 or above indicate that an asset is becoming overbought and may be primed for a trend reversal or experience correction in price. – an RSI reading of 30 or below indicates an oversold or undervalued condition.
*information correct as of 09:00 BST
Resistance and support
What they said yesterday..
— CoinDesk (@CoinDesk) August 12, 2020
SCOOP: Ethereum infrastructure and software firm ConsenSys is in the process of finalizing a $50 million raise via convertible debt, and JPMorgan is leading the investment
The deal, which could close this month, is in tandem with ConsenSys’ plan to take in JPM’s Quorum
— Frank Chaparro (@fintechfrank) August 12, 2020
The language that he uses to describe the reason that he has made the allocation is flawless.
Language that other corp CFOs will understand and now consider.
— Dan Tapiero (@DTAPCAP) August 12, 2020
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