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Biggest Movers: DOGE, XRP Fall to Multi-Week Lows, as Bearish Sentiment Intensifies


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Biggest Movers: DOGE, XRP Fall to Multi-Week Lows, as Bearish Sentiment Intensifies

Dogecoin dropped to a one-month low on Wednesday, as a red wave swept through cryptocurrency markets. Bearish sentiment remained high as the session progressed, with the global market cap falling by nearly 2% today. XRP also plunged in today’s session.

Dogecoin (DOGE)

Dogecoin (DOGE) fell for a fourth straight session, as bears continue to regain momentum, following last week’s gains.

After peaking at $0.07407 on Tuesday, DOGE/USD dropped to an intraday low of $0.06893 earlier in the day.

As a result of this fall in price, dogecoin slipped to its lowest level since July 19, when price was at a bottom of $0.0682.

The decline comes following a downward crossover of the moving averages, which is also known as a death cross.

This week’s bearish momentum intensified after DOGE moved below a support point at $0.0730.

Additionally, the relative strength index (RSI) also edged lower, dropping to a reading of 39.10, its lowest in four weeks.


XRP, formerly ripple, also remained in the red on Wednesday, dropping to a multi-week low in the process.

XRP/USD bottomed out at $0.5918 earlier in today’s session, which comes following Tuesday’s high at $0.6275.

Similar to dogecoin above, today’s drop in price saw XRP move to its lowest point since mid-July.

One of the catalysts for the sell-off was a breakout of a support point at the 40.00 mark on the RSI indicator.

The index is now tracking at 36.76, which is its weakest point since May, a point when the price was hovering around $0.4600.

Bulls will hope to reject further drops in price, however will first need to drop below an upcoming floor at the 32.00 zone.

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