Bitcoin (BTC) finally broke above the $50,500 resistance and Ether (ETH) has risen above the $4,000 mark. This suggests that there is growing interest in cryptocurrencies and several legacy finance companies are initiating steps to tap into this increasing demand.

One of the world’s largest independent asset managers, Franklin Templeton, has posted fresh job applications for medium to senior-level positions in crypto trading and research, according to Linkedin job postings.

Meanwhile, in Japan, financial conglomerate SBI Holdings is planning to set up one of the first crypto funds in the country by the end of November. Tomoya Asakura, the director and senior managing executive officer at SBI, said that the launch of a second fund will be explored depending on the success of the first one.

Daily cryptocurrency market performance. Source: Coin360

While crypto traders are cheering the recent run-up in several altcoins, JPMorgan analysts have warned their clients that the altcoin rally and nonfungible tokens (NFT) are getting frothy.

The analysts said that the altcoins share of the crypto market trading surged from 22% at the beginning of August, to 33%, which is high compared to historical standards. They believe the reason is “froth and retail investor ‘mania’ rather than a reflection of a structural uptrend.”

Could Bitcoin sustain above $50,500 and resume its uptrend or will altcoins remain in focus? Let’s study the charts of the top-10 cryptocurrencies to find out.