(VIANEWS) – Over the last 12 hours, Gala (GALA) (GALA-USD) is 23.1% down at 03:52 EST Thursday, 18 November which is 1793.05% lower than the last 48 hours average change.


Today’s last reported volume for Gala (GALA) is 2764392635, 2109.76% above its average volume of 125099034.92.


Gala (GALA)’s last week, last month’s, and last quarter’s current intraday variation average was 21.21%, 5.12%, and 9.99%, respectively.

Gala (GALA)’s highest amplitude of average volatility was 24.93% (last week), 9.23% (last month), and 9.99% (last quarter), respectively.

Market Cap and Supply

Gala (GALA)’s current market cap is at 1620369691. Total supply is at 36,001,041,589.31, maximum supply is at 50,000,000,000.00, and circulating supply is at 7,542,496,572.32.

Social Status

Currently, Gala (GALA) (GALA-USD) has 103103 Twitter followers.

All TIme High and Low

Gala (GALA)’s current value is at $0.21 which is 18.94% below its all time high of $0.26 at Wednesday, 17 November.

Gala (GALA)’s current value is at $0.21 which is 159280.79% above its all time low of $0.26 at Monday, 28 December.

Crypto Price Classification

According to the stochastic oscillator, a useful indicator of overbought and oversold conditions, Gala (GALA)’s crypto is considered to be oversold (<=20).

News about Bitcoin

  • Crypto traders see $880m liquidated as Bitcoin falls to $58,500. According to Benzinga on Wednesday, 17 November, "A windfall of liquidations was triggered after Bitcoin fell to an intra-day low of $58,515 on Nov.16. "
  • As Bitcoin falls below $60k, here's what 4 popular crypto analysts are saying. According to Benzinga on Thursday, 18 November, "Another closely-followed pseudonymous cryptocurrency trader Pentoshi told his over 358,000 followers, said he expects Bitcoin to rebound to the $62,000 to $63,000 over the next three days.", "Justin Bennett, a cryptocurrency analyst and trader with 89,000 Twitter followers, said he expects Bitcoin would break the $70,000 level in January and the "real fun" will begin at that time."
  • Bitcoin and other majors coins extend losses as China warns state-owned firms on cryptocurrency mining. According to Benzinga on Tuesday, 16 November, "The prices of major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC), Ethereum (CRYPTO: ETH) and Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) continued to tumble early Tuesday following China’s latest warning to state-owned companies to stay away from cryptocurrency mining, the energy-consuming process by which cryptocurrency tokens are produced.", "What Happened: China’s National Development and Reform Commission said it plans to crack down on industrial-scale Bitcoin mining as well as any involvement by state companies in the activity, Bloomberg reported Tuesday."
  • Bitcoin caught between longer-term buyers, leveraged speculators. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 17 November, "Bitcoin prices, up 108% so far this year, have been buoyed after reaching key milestones such as U.S. launches of three Bitcoin futures ETFs, despite a series of regulatory crackdowns in China and concerns over new tax-reporting requirements in the U.S.", "The market may stabilize around $60,000 for Bitcoin and $4,000 for Ethereum, McGlone said, adding the next price plateau to watch is $100,000 for Bitcoin."

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