BTC / USD
57,501.23
6.31%
(+3413.92)
ETH / USD
4,339.03
7.84%
(+315.51)
XRP / USD
0.98
7.64%
(+0.07)
LTC / USD
199.28
5.81%
(+10.94)
EOS / USD
3.95
4.64%
(+0.18)
BCH / USD
563.78
3.1%
(+16.94)
ADA / USD
1.60
7.69%
(+0.11)
XLM / USD
0.33
5.37%
(+0.02)
NEO / USD
37.99
4.83%
(+1.75)
XEM / USD
0.17
6.71%
(+0.01)
DASH / USD
178.91
2.47%
(+4.31)
USDT / USD
1.00
0%
(0)
BNB / USD
610.44
5.78%
(+33.34)
QTUM / USD
15.03
9.24%
(+1.27)
XVG / USD
0.02
8.84%
(0)
ONT / USD
0.99
2.82%
(+0.03)
ZEC / USD
242.71
5.82%
(+13.34)
STEEM / USD
0.70
1.61%
(-0.01)

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Bitcoin (BTC) dropped below $56,000 on Nov. 19, completing a near 20% correction from the all-time high. The Crypto Fear & Greed Index, which remained in the greed zone for most of the past two months, has plummeted into the fear category with a reading of 34.

Cryptocurrency research firm Delphi Digital said in a recent report that the sell-off in Bitcoin was “largely driven by a wave of liquidations rather than a fundamental shift in narrative,” and the analysts expect the drawdown to be “relatively short-lived.”

Daily cryptocurrency market performance. Source: Coin360

The recent correction does not seem to have shaken the long-term holders. According to the Hodl Waves metric, the supply held by investors who purchased over the past 6-to-12-month period has soared to 21.4% as of Nov. 17 compared to 8.7% at the start of June.

Could lower levels attract strong buying, resulting in a sharp recovery or will bears sell on rallies? Let’s study the charts of the top 10 cryptocurrencies to find out.