The cryptocurrency market is turning green today and the total market capitalization is already above $ 2.6 billion. For the rest, most prices show similar movements as in the past few weeks.

Bitcoin (BTC)
Bitcoin (BTC) is slowly climbing back towards $ 60,000. Yesterday afternoon, the price briefly reached $ 56,500, but this morning bitcoin tapped $ 60,000 twice after a 6% rise. That is the highest in more than three weeks. Still, the resistance around $ 60,000 may seem a bridge too far for now. At the time of writing, bitcoin dips below USD 59,000 and the price is back towards USD 58,000. Still, bitcoin is looking more bullish again today than in weeks.

Ethereum (ETH)
The huge rally of Ethereum (ETH) just continues. Yesterday the ether price just fell short of $ 4,000, but this morning ether broke through without difficulty. The ether price set a new all-time high of $ 4,140 this morning, also after a 6% rise overnight.

It seems that the price is holding up well here, so it is quite possible that ether will set a new all-time high (ATH) today.

Cardano (ADA)
Cardano (ADA) already established a new ATH of $ 1.82 yesterday afternoon. This record was equal four times during the night, again this morning. Will ADA still be able to break through this resistance later today or is it still too great for the time being?

Dogecoin (DOGE)
Dogecoin (DOGE) lost 35% of its value after Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s guest appearance on Saturday Night Live. After that, the price was given a boost again by an announcement from SpaceX that will finance a moon mission with Dogecoin.

Biggest climbers
We see very few tokens deep in the red today. Today we see some of the usual suspects again among the biggest risers. Telcoin (TEL) is up again by 25%, stellar lumens (XLM) 20%, litecoin (LTC) 16% and phantom (FTM) and lisk (LSK) by 15%. In addition, we also see some exchange tokens doing well today; huobi token (HT) and okb (OKB) are both almost 20% in the plus.

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