After Twitter announced a new cryptocurrency tipping service, the price of bitcoin jumped to $44,800, intending to turn the $45,000 level to support. Bullish positive thinking is rising over the cryptocurrency showcase on September 23 as costs recoup from this week’s instability.
It was the result of administrative weight on the crypto division, the Government Open Showcase Committee assembly on the Fed’s intrigued rate climbs and financial approach, at the side fears that the Evergrande circumstance would swell out to affect worldwide monetary markets. After exchanging in a run between $43,000 and $44,300 amid the early trading hours on September 23, the cost of Bitcoin (BTC) spiked over $44,800 within the early evening and presently takes point at flipping the $45,000 resistance level into the back.
Due to Strike’s interface, users will soon tip other users using cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, a payment application built on the Lightning network that enables low-cost Bitcoin transactions.
This development occurred as momentum in the cryptocurrency market was already on the increase, with the top altcoin Ether (ETH) recovering to levels above $3,100. According to data, the amount of Ether kept in reserves on significant cryptocurrency exchanges has reached an all-time low.
Altcoins fully rebound
The altcoin market is firing on all cylinders as competition in the layer-one area heats up with projects like Terra, Avalanche, and Cosmos, making price gains and luring new users thanks to lower-cost transactions faster processing times. Celer is the top gainer on the 24-hour, with its price increasing by 52 percent to a new all-time high of $0.14, while Celo has risen by 24 percent to trade at $7.80. Other notable results include a 23 percent gain in COTI, a 21 percent increase in Tezos (XTZ), and a 20 percent increase in Origin Trail.
The whole cryptocurrency market cap is currently $1.999 trillion, with Bitcoin dominating at 42%.
Ether has been in a bearish trend since early September, and this week’s market slump led by Evergrande pushed the price below $2,700 on September 20. Surprisingly, Ether was moving the $4,000 psychological barrier only three weeks ago, but this changed as crypto regulatory concerns and fears of China’s debt markets sparking a global sell-off escalated.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler spoke to the Washington Post about new measures to regulate the crypto sector and the developing stablecoin market. On September 22, U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell confirmed the continuance of the central bank’s monthly bond purchasing program, reversing Ether’s downward price trend. Powell also stated that no interest rate hikes are to be expected in 2021.
Even though the current $3,000 level represents a 25% drop from the recent $4,000 peak, Ether still represents a 215 percent gain in 2021. Despite rising gas prices, the network’s adjusted total value locked (TVL) climbed from $13 billion in 2020 to $60 billion in 2021, suggesting robust adoption.
The call-to-put ratio of 1.48 shows the difference between $920 million in call (buy) options and $620 million input (sell) options. This bird’s-eye view necessitates a more in-depth examination because some bets are unrealistic at the present $3,000 level.