-Coindesk

The cryptocurrency markets are at last witnessing solid two-way business after a rough week across the markets.

The market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies fell 40 percent to $276 billion on Feb. 6 – the lowest since Nov. 26. However, the value has recovered over the last seven days of trading to $400 billion, a figure that, while not quite the weekend low, is still 13 percent below weekly highs.

Despite the turmoil, a few names (from the top 25 currencies as per market cap) like bitcoin cash, lisk, and litecoin managed to etch out gains on the back of the upbeat fundamental news. Meanwhile, the losers are dominated by small caps like populous and ICON.

Last Week’s best performers

 

Lisk

Lisk-1-300x129 Lisk (LSK) Was Crypto’s Best Performer Last Week

  • Weekly Performance: 20.92 percent
  • All-time high: $39.31
  • Closing price on Jan. 2: $21.41
  • Current market price: $25.89
  • Rank as per market capitalization: 14

Bitcoin gold

Lisk-2-300x128 Lisk (LSK) Was Crypto’s Best Performer Last Week

  • Weekly Performance: 12.98 percent
  • All-time high: $484.78
  • Closing price on Jan. 2: $110.23
  • Current market price: $124.54
  • Rank as per market capitalization: 19

Litecoin

Lisk-3-300x128 Lisk (LSK) Was Crypto’s Best Performer Last Week

  • Weekly Performance: 12.82 percent
  • All-time high: $375.29
  • Closing price on Jan. 2: $131.38
  • Current market price: $148.23
  • Rank as per market capitalization: 6

 

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