Cryptocurrency markets saw some significant gains over the last two days, but prices on Thursday have started to pull back from this year’s all-time highs. When the spikes first initiated, bitcoin cash (BCH) led the pack out of the top 10 cryptocurrencies and still maintains a lead with over 75 percent worth of gains for the week.
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Crypto Prices Fall Back After Touching 2019’s All-Time Highs
Digital assets prices lifted in value significantly this week, making cryptocurrency enthusiasts extremely happy again after more than a year of depressing market sentiment. Now things have changed, and the overall cryptocurrency market cap is about $172 billion today, roughly $8 billion less than April 3rd’s highs. Bitcoin core (BTC) is averaging around $5,036 per coin at press time and is up 0.34 percent since yesterday. BTC also has a weekly advantage as the currency is up roughly 23 percent over the last seven days. It’s also worth noting…