OSL Daily Update - May 18, 2020 

$BTC 24 Hour High $9,906.03
$BTC 24 Hour Low $9,470.25
$BTC +4.5%

As we get the week started there were not many significant digital asset headlines over the weekend but still some interesting tidbits to note:

  • $BTC volatile over the weekend, range bound currently 9,600-9,880. Trading above the upper range on Bollinger bands at oversold levels. No major liquidations to note.
  • Bitcoin dominance down slightly 65.3%, peaked at 65.7% last week. Overall market cap starting at 265B, up 5B over the weekend. 
  • Main traded coins are $BTC and $ETH, other alts quiet currently as main focus shifts to ETH 2.0 and the $BTC bull run post-halving. 
  • ETHBTC trending up, increased traded volume (+4%) overnight with market cap increasing 3.4%. Currently trading at 0.0216 after seeing lows of 0.0204 mid last week.

Traditional markets:

  • More bearish sentiment is revolving around the US-China trade spat and the expected recovery time for the economy as Asia sees a potential second wave of outbreaks.

We’ll be sure to share more news and highlights as this week progresses.

 

May the trend be your friends!

 

OSL Trader View and Weekend Digest are contributed by Stefan Chu, SJ Oh, and Santiago Nazaretti

 

 


 

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