Bitcoin’s dominance appears to struggle and has slipped below 61 percent once again when the asset has stalled at $46,000. In the other hand, various altcoins have spiked, including the recent 3-year high of Cardano as ADA has neared $1.
Most alternative coins have recently been on a roll, perhaps driven by the 260 percent rally of Binance Coin in less than two weeks to above $145. Since February 10 several have even stalled or partially retraced.
Ethereum is down 4 percent to under $1,780. As well in the red are Bitcoin Cash (-1.3%), Chainlink (-2%), Litecoin (-4%), and BNB (-17%).
According to Cryptopotato.com, with a 15 percent surge, Cardano is the most remarkable performer in the top 10. As a result, ADA has hit a fresh three-year high and is less than 10% away from hitting $1.
Far more important increases were seen for smaller and mid-cap altcoins. With a 55 percent rise, Status leads, led by Qtum (51 percent), ICON (48 percent), and IOTA (43 percent ). Avalanche (27 percent), Kyber Network (27 percent), The Graph (26 percent), Celo (21 percent), Ontology (20 percent), and more are more representatives of the double-digit price rise club.