Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin Steady Amid FTX Contagion Fears — Trader Says Watch This Key Level For BTC – Bitcoin (BTC/USD), Ethereum (ETH/USD), Dogecoin (DOGE/USD)

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin Steady Amid FTX Contagion Fears — Trader Says Watch This Key Level For BTC – Bitcoin (BTC/USD), Ethereum (ETH/USD), Dogecoin (DOGE/USD)

The top coin was seen trading higher intraday on Tuesday evening as the global cryptocurrency market capitalization rose 0.6% to $850 billion at 10:26 PM EST.

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Price performance of large coins
Coin 24 hours a day 7 days Price
Bitcoin BTC/USD -0.7% -6.95% $16,924.44
Ethereum ETH/USD 0.03% -3.2% $1,260.91
Dogecoin DOGE/USD 0.3% 5.6% $0.09
Top 24-hour winners (data via CoinMarketCap)
Cryptocurrency 24-hour % change (+/-) Price
Stacks (STX) +19.2% $0.30
Chillies (CHZ) 13.8% $0.23
Arweave (YEAR) +11.1% $10.13

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Why it matters: Bitcoin and Ethereum were seen in the green at the time of writing, although contagion concerns remained in place following the collapse of FTX and Alameda Research — companies founded by Sam Bankman-Fried.

On Tuesday, it was reported that cryptocurrency platform BlockFi is reportedly ready to file for bankruptcy in order to reduce its exposure to FTX.

Edward Moyaa senior market analyst from OANDA, said: “Crypto did not sell off on the BlockFi news as much of the crypto chart saw ties between FTX and BlockFi were strong.”

“Bitcoin is showing resilience here, but it’s hard to imagine investors are ready to test the waters until we learn more about the full contagion risk associated with FTX. If more exchanges or crypto companies stop withdrawals or limit activity, that’s likely to bring back pressure on cryptos,” Moya said, in a note seen by Benzinga.

Meanwhile, other risk assets such as stocks were seen trading lower. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures were down 0.3% each at the time of writing. Investors will look to retail sales data due on Wednesday and will be glued to more corporate earnings.

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Investors were jittery when Russian rockets struck eastern Poland on Tuesday, killing two people. Poland, a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), has called a meeting of its national security committee afterwards.

Cryptocurrency trader Justin Bennett said Tuesday that “$17,000 is the key.” He said, “$16,992 is the location of last weekend’s CME gap (Friday’s close). So far the bulls have not been able to secure a 4-h or even a 1-h above it. A close above is needed to extend this rally. Close below $16,750 and it’s back to $15,800.”

The CME gap refers to the difference between the trading price of Bitcoin futures contracts when the market opens on Sunday and when it closes on Friday.

CryptoQuant analyst Tomáš Hančar noted that Bitcoin miner reserves fell by nearly 4,600 BTC in the past seven days, hitting their lowest levels since the beginning of the year.

“Apparently AT LEAST SOME miners must have been spooked by the recent FTX collapse and decided to sell,” Hančar wrote.

The analyst said that “the worst may finally be behind us” considering that everyone “probably expected Bitcoin to trade much, much lower in light of things that took place since November 7 with FTX and the contagion around it.”

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Dylan LeClaira cryptocurrency analyst said that the FTX exploiter address, which has dumped all other lost assets for Ethereum, is now one of the largest holders in the world with 228,523 ETH valued at $284.82 million.

“Everyone should keep an extreme eye on what happens next …,” LeClair said.

The FTX exploiter, who has dumped all other lost assets for ETH, is now one of the largest holders in the world, with 228,523 ETH ($284.82 million) in his wallet.

Everyone should keep an extreme eye on what happens next… pic.twitter.com/SAP3UkyVaa

—Dylan LeClair

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