March 10 BTCUSD BingX Chart Analysis and Today's Headline

BingX’s Bitcoin Chart

Bitcoin is down 6.35% over the last 24 hours and fell to an intraday low of $20,042.72. The largest cryptocurrency plummeted today after the fallout from Silvergate Bank’s demise. The strong support at $21,350 was not able to hold the massive selling pressure, suggesting that bears are in command. The moving averages have completed a bearish crossover and the relative strength index (RSI) is in the oversold territory, indicating the market sentiment is negative. If the BTC/USDT pair drops below $20,000, the price may drop to $18,500.

Today’s Cryptocurrency Headline

Share of Crypto Startup Sold at Discounts on Secondary Markets

Richard Freemanson, CEO of secondary market trading platform Birel, confirmed that shares in numerous private crypto startups are currently selling at significant discounts on These startups include Alchemy,, Chainalysis, Kraken, ConsenSys, Blockdaemon, CoinDCX, and OpenSea. Block equity offerings by the above companies range in size from $3 million to $50 million, and discounts vary widely. Most notable were and ConsenSys, who have shares on offer at discounts of 74% and 71%, respectively, to their latest funding rounds. Chainalysis shares are up for sale at a 61% discount, OpenSea stock is available at a 51% discount, and a CoinDCX block is listed at a 47% discount. The Alchemy, Blockdaemon and Kraken shares are discounted by 31%, 30% and 9%, respectively.

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