Bitcoin Remains at $6,300 as Crypto Market Gains Stability, Volumes are Still Low

The bitcoin price has dropped slightly by 1 percent over the past 24 hours, declining below the $6,400 mark. Other major digital assets have failed to record any significant movement on both the upside and the downside.

Low Volume Has Led Market to Drop

Throughout last week, the cryptocurrency market has seen a lack of daily trading volume on most of its major digital assets. Bitcoin recorded a daily volume of around $3 billion while Ethereum struggled to see a volume of over $1 billion.

As of July 1, the volume of BTC remains above $4.2 billion and the volume of ETH has also recovered to $1.4 billion and the market is at a significantly better position than where it was a week ago.

Still, the cryptocurrency market has started to enter yet another downtrend with Ripple (XRP) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) recording a 2 percent loss in the past few hours. Given the high daily volume of Tether (USDT), a digital asset whose value is hedged to the US dollar at nearly $3 billion, the market is showing a high level of volatility.

In the short-term, the market will likely struggle to initiate a major movement on the upside or the downside. The lack of demand coming from the bulls and the lack of pressure from the bears will likely result in the cryptocurrency market and major cryptocurrencies like BTC, ETH, and XRP to remain at their current levels.

If the volume of stablecoins including USDT continue to surge and traders start to allocate their holdings in digital assets to stablecoins, a slight correction in the short-term can be expected. On Bitfinex and Binance, BTC has initiated a sell daily candle, ending its recent corrective rally that saw the price of BTC jump from $5,780 to $6,500…

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