Cryptocurrency Prices: Bitcoin Continues To Fall, Ethereum Prices Also Slip Down

The global cryptocurrency market capitalization has declined by 4.71 per cent to $1.90 trillion during the last 24 hours. Whereas, trading volume fell by 11.40 percent to $ 61.69 billion.

The global cryptocurrency market capitalization has declined by 4.71 per cent to $1.90 trillion during the last 24 hours.

Global Cryptocurrency ,Cryptocurrency, The market capitalization has declined by 4.71 percent to $ 1.90 trillion during the last 24 hours. Whereas, trading volume fell by 11.40 percent to $ 61.69 billion. where decentralized finance (DeFi) The 24-hour cryptocurrency is present at $8.44 billion with 13.68 percent of the trading volume. Whereas, stablecoins (Stablecoins) It is running at $47.92 billion with 77.69 percent of the same. bitcoin (Bitcoin) Its market presence has declined by 0.43 percent to 41.55 percent. Bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, is trading at $40,782.87.

In rupee terms, bitcoin is trading at Rs 33,84,999, down 1.31 per cent. Whereas, Ethereum fell by 1.44 per cent to Rs 2,40,000. At the same time, the prices of Cardano have fallen by 1.33 percent to Rs 83.86. And Avalanche has slipped 0.57 percent to Rs 7,285.7. Talking about Polkadot, this cryptocurrency has fallen by 1.74 percent to Rs 1,508.

Tether surge

On the other hand, Litecoin has fallen by 2.63 per cent to Rs 9,792.5 during the last 24 hours. Whereas, Tether is trading at Rs 78.27 with a jump of 0.09 per cent.

Mimcoin SHIB has seen a rise of 2.47 percent. Whereas, Dogecoin is trading at Rs 11.52 with a fall of 0.85 per cent. Terra (LUNA) fell 2.48 percent in 24 hours to Rs 4,365.

Talking about Solana, this currency has declined by 2.6 percent to reach Rs 7,746.94. At the same time, XRP has fallen by 1.48 percent in the last 24 hours to Rs 63.79. Whereas, Axie is trading down 3.82 percent at Rs 4,769.87.

The government was about to take the bill in Parliament

Let us tell you that the government had listed the Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, 2021 to be introduced in the winter session of Parliament. It was also listed for the first budget session, but it could not be presented, as the government had decided to work on it again.

Cryptocurrencies have emerged as a popular option among people in the recent times as an investment. Especially, a large number of youth are investing money in this.

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