(VIANEWS) – Venus (XVS) (XVS-USD) Cryptocurrency is currently on bearish momentum by 30.96% in the last 7 days. At 17:25 EST on Tuesday, 21 September, Venus (XVS) (XVS-USD) is at $22.2900.
Today’s last reported volume for Venus (XVS) is 36350110, 77.8% below its average volume of 163765271.48.
All-Time High and Low
Venus (XVS)’s current value is at $22.29, 85.28% below its all-time high of $146.82 on Monday, 10 May.
Venus (XVS)’s current value is at $22.29, 1206.59% above its all time low of $146.82 on Tuesday, 6 October.
Market Cap and Supply
Venus (XVS)’s current market cap is at 241747742. The total supply is 30,000,000.00, maximum supply is 30,000,000.00, and the circulating supply is 11,187,832.84.
Currently, Venus (XVS) (XVS-USD) has 125146 Twitter followers.
As of now, on Github, there are 62 forks, 126 stars, and 24 subscribers.
Venus (XVS)’s last week, last month’s, and last quarter’s current volatility was a negative 2.81%, a negative 0.77%, and a positive 6.08%, respectively.
Venus (XVS)’s current volatility rank, which measures how volatile a financial asset is (variation between the lowest and highest value in a period), was 5.46% (last week), 5.11% (last month), and 6.08% (last quarter), respectively.
Crypto Price Classification
According to the stochastic oscillator, a useful indicator of overbought and oversold conditions, Venus (XVS)’s crypto is considered to be overbought (>=80).
News about Bitcoin
- Cramer 'begs' investors of cryptos like Bitcoin, ethereum, dogecoin to book profits before evergrande crisis takes bigger toll. According to Benzinga on Tuesday, 21 September, "Tether is the third-largest cryptocurrency by market value, trailing only Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) and Etherereum."
- What's next for Bitcoin? key resistances lost. According to Benzinga on Monday, 20 September, "If this support does not hold then we should expect Bitcoin to see $37,150 as the next stop. ", "At today’s lowest low of $42,450, Bitcoin touched on the 0.382 Fibonacci level which it near-perfectly bounced off of. "
- Bitcoin acts less like digital gold and more like a risky stock. According to Bloomberg Quint on Monday, 20 September, "The view that Bitcoin can be an another option alongside cash and gold holds a lot of sway, despite all of market’s volatility. ", "One explanation is simply that Bitcoin remains a volatile investment — meaning that when investors start to de-risk their portfolios, they start dumping crypto."
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