Major cryptocurrencies sold flat over the weekend, with alternative tokens showing muted price action as markets seem to stabilize after one of the biggest liquidation events in recent months. Bitcoin remained steady at around $26,000 with ether little changed from Sunday’s $1,670. “As long as bitcoin continues to hold above $25,000 on a weekly basis, we suspect we will see renewed demand and a push back to the top in the coming days,” the crypto exchange LMAX Digital said in a note in the morning. “If this happens, ether and the rest of the crypto space will have to follow suit.” Meme coin shiba inu (SHIB) fell 2%, adding to losses of more than 21% last week after the failed launch of its Ethereum layer 2 network, Shibarium. Transactions were halted in the hours after the network went live on Wednesday, with more than $1.7 million worth of tokens on a bridge — a device used to transfer tokens between two blockchains — said to be stuck. due to a bug in the code.