This week's information shows that the current rally of Bitcoin is driven by more participation from retail and institutional investors. There's more interest, and its spot volume has reached a 52-week high. Traders are also getting greedy and taking on a lot of leverage. This could lead to them closing their positions, liquidating and forcing a drop in Bitcoin value. Here's how the top cryptocurrencies fared for the week.

Bitcoin Bitcoin reached the $16,000 resistance on November 12. The next resistance point is $17,200. Traders will get cautious if it trends down to $16,000 again. If it trends up, the bull run could continue.

Ether Bulls are having a tough time with Ether resistance. They tried to get it to $488, but couldn't. The lower moving average is $426, and the upper resistance point is $520. It has bear trend going for it.

XRP/USD XRP has centered around a resistance level of $0.26 for two days. The bulls aren't in a hurry to close. This suggests it will increase in value. It might move to $0.30. If it drops, it could go down to $0.2295.

LINK/USD Chainlink is stuck at $13.28. The bulls are holding steady. Its next target is $19.27.

BCH/USD Bulls bought BCH at $257. They couldn't sustain it and sold. Bears started buying around $247. The next support is $231.

LTC/USD LTC moved past the $64 resistance on November 13. The price could go to $68.90 if the bulls can keep up the trend. The lower support is around $57.85.

BNB/USD BNB is stuck between $27.30 and $28.97. The bulls might get it up to $30. The next upper resistance is $32.

DOT/USD DOT dropped from its high of $4.63, which it reached on November 11. It defended its value and did not drop to the lower support of $4.31. Data shows bulls have control. It could move between $4.50 and $4.95 over the coming week. The lowest price support the bears could push it to is around $3.80, but that will require bears to put in a lot of effort.