- Bitcoin trades at a daily high as yet of USD 6,423
- Tone Vays says Bitcoin bottom could still reach USD 2,800 before halving but that it was quite unlikely now
- Santander plans to expand its Ripple-backed payment solutions to Mexico by 2020
After spending some hours below the USD 6,000 support line on late Sunday and early Monday trading, Bitcoin price made a distinct recovery to push a daily high so far of USD 6,423 (CoinDesk), where it is still trading at time of writing.
Volumes at most exchanges are tapering off, as traders in major cryptocurrency look set to be in a fresh phase of consolidation — or indecisiveness, whichever you want to accept as the reason. Compared to the past weeks of extreme volatility, crypto prices are trading in a tight range, with both Bitcoin and XRP only climbing just over 3% today so far, although Ripple (XRP) is making strong moves at more than 10%, others like Stellar (XLM) and Dash are both also pushing the same 3% gains in the last 24 hours.