EOS is currently on bullish momentum. At 06:08 EST on Tuesday, 5 January, EOS is at $2.87 and up by 4.87% in the last 6 hours.
Over the last six hours, EOS’s higher value was $2.87 and the lower value was $2.74.
Over the last twelve hours, EOS’s higher value was $2.87 and the lower value was $2.74.
About EOS’s daily highs and lows, it’s 4.741% up from its trailing 24-hour low of $2.74 and 0.003% down from its trailing 24-hour high of $2.87.
Regarding EOS’s yearly highs and lows, it’s 96.139% up from its 52-week low and 47.587% down from its 52-week high.
EOS’s last day, last week, and last month’s average volatility was a positive 0.54%, a positive 0.25%, and a negative 0.28%, respectively.
EOS’s last day, last week, and last month’s high and low average amplitude percentage was 16.83%, 8.32%, and 8.19%, respectively.
News about Bitcoin
Bitcoin breaches $34,000 as rally extends into new year. According to Bloomberg Quint on Saturday, 2 January, "Still, there are reasons to be cautious, partly since Bitcoin remains a thinly traded market. "
BQ big decisions: Bitcoin is crying out for A place in your portfolio. beware of the risks. According to Bloomberg Quint on Sunday, 3 January, "On this BQ Big Decisions podcast, BloombergQuint speaks to author, angel investor and expert on Bitcoin Ajeet Khurana about what to keep in mind when deciding whether to invest in Bitcoin."
Ether follows Bitcoin to record high amid dizzying crypto rally. According to Bloomberg Quint on Monday, 4 January, "The digital currency Ether reached a record on Monday a day after Bitcoin breached $34,000 for the first time as the surge in cryptocurrencies continues.", "Proponents of Bitcoin argue that it’s muscling in on gold as a hedge against U.S. dollar weakness and inflation risk, citing evidence of growing interest among institutional investors. "
Bitcoin falls most since March as volatility grips trading. According to Bloomberg Quint on Monday, 4 January, "Still, Bitcoin is up more than 300% over the past year, driven by a speculative fever from retail and institutional investors on the belief that cryptocurrencies are emerging as a mainstream asset class and can act as a store of value.", "Believers in Bitcoin have pointed to the market’s supply constraints and supposedly rampant money printing by central banks as key drivers of bullish narrative. "
JPMorgan sees $146,000-plus Bitcoin price as long-term target. According to Bloomberg Quint on Tuesday, 5 January, "More institutions and noted investors, from Paul Tudor Jones to Scott Minerd and Stan Druckenmiller, have either started allocating funds into Bitcoin or have said they’re open to doing so. ", "For now, JPMorgan sees headwinds for the largest cryptocurrency, with indicators like a buildup of speculative long positions and an increase in investment wallets holding small amounts of Bitcoin showing potential froth."