Bitcoin (BTC) was holding steady around $ 10,850 on June 24 after a fresh surge took over $ 11,000 for the first time in over a year.
Market visualization courtesy of Coin360
Data from Coin360 showed a slight correction kicking in for bitcoin on Monday, March 30, 2010 weekend.
BTC / USD had climbed as high as $ 11,230 in recent days, marking its best performance since early March 201
The action did not go unnoticed, with mainstream media titles appearing to struggle with the return of a cryptocurrency
Many do not get it bounce this year, "Whitney Tilson, Founder of Empire Financial Research and a former hedge fund manager quoted by Bloomberg.
" Mark my words: A year from now, it will be a lot lower , This is a techno-libertarian pump-and-dump scheme that will end in ruin. "
Bitcoin's weekly gains are currently just over 17%.
Bitcoin 7-day price chart. Source: Coin360  Altcoins fared slightly worse than BTC / USD corrected, with many in the top twenty by market cap shedding 2-3% in the 24 hours to press time.
Ethereum (ETH) fell 3% to hit $ 306, while Ripple (XRP) what trading 5% lower at just over $ 0.45 per ton. Bucking the trend was Tron (TRX), which gained 3.1% after the network saw the launch of its first stablecoin asset.
Ether 7-day price chart. Source: Coin360
The total cryptocurrency market cap is now over $ 300 billion, Bitcoin's weekend moonshot further expanding its market dominance to more than 59%.
As Cointelegraph reported, multiple significant factors suggest the largest cryptocurrency's longer-term trajectory previous_time-highs.