Bitcoin’s Battle: Altcoins Shine as ETF Approval Hangs in the Balance

"Bitcoin Surpasses Ethereum in Network Transactions After Three-Year Gap, But Remains Stuck in Tight Trading Range; Altcoins Show Resilience Amidst Market Uncertainty"

Bitcoin has surpassed Ethereum in terms of network transactions for the first time in three years. However, it remains stuck within a narrow trading range, fluctuating between $36.8k and $35.9k. Analysts believe that if Bitcoin fails to maintain upward momentum, it may test the support zone around $34k.

In contrast, several altcoins are showing resilience in the face of market uncertainty. XRP, for example, is expected to experience further gains following positive outcomes in its legal battles against the SEC. Currently, it faces resistance near $0.75 but finds support at $0.6. ThorChain’s native token, RUNE, has been capitalizing on the high activity of decentralized exchanges (DEX) through ThorSwap. It has surged more than eightfold from its yearly lows and is now aiming to break the $8 resistance level.

Dogecoin (DOGE) has remained stable above critical support levels, with price formations indicating a potential upward movement. Render Token (RNDR) is benefiting from the growing interest in crypto driven by artificial intelligence. Additionally, TIA, a newcomer to the market, has experienced exponential growth since its introduction.

The performance of these altcoins could be further strengthened if the total market capitalization for altcoins manages to break through the key resistance at the 50-day Exponential Moving Average (EMA), which is currently valued at around $680 billion.

Investors and traders are eagerly awaiting how these dynamics will unfold, particularly with the potential introduction of a new Bitcoin spot ETF. Such an ETF could attract a fresh wave of institutional investment into the crypto space.

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