Bitcoin's price is slipping below $8,000 again, reaching its 35-day low within just an hour since the trading entered Wednesday morning session.
Ether has defied regulatory concerns to regain highs from early March.
Notable short-seller Andrew Left took aim at the world's second-largest cryptocurrency in a new interview.
According to MyEtherWallet's CEO, the issue has been resolved.
Bitcoin's price has surged to a 40-day high, with a similar trend seen in the overall cryptocurrency market today.
Ether will likely shrug off today's lagging "death cross" indicator and could even rise toward $475.
The exchange's new feature will allow institutional investors to place large trades without driving prices up or down.
With a relief rally in the offing, ether could outperform bitcoin in the short-run, according to ETH/BTC technical charts.
Ethereum's ether token fell 47.5 percent in the first three months of 2018 – its worst quarterly drop on record.
The price of ether, the cryptocurrency of the ethereum network, fell below $400 on Thursday for the first time since November.