Most of the tokens including Bitcoin gain, Shiba Inu, Monero, Litecoin lose

Bitcoin had managed to reach $31,000 (approximately Rs 24 lakh) earlier this week. However, if we look at the bitcoin price history of 2022, this year it is running in losses by 35 percent. Nevertheless, the world’s largest cryptocurrency has somehow managed to stay around $30,000 (approximately Rs 23.3 lakh). Talking about the change in the price of bitcoin in the last 24 hours, it has come down to 0.58 percent which is not a huge drop. The world’s largest cryptocurrency is trading at $31,859 (about Rs 24.7 lakh) on the Indian exchange Coinswitch Kuber. Its market capitalization has declined by 0.4 percent in the last 24 hours. The world’s oldest cryptocurrency is showing signs of growth on international exchanges. It is trading at $30,332 (approximately Rs 23.5 lakh) on international exchanges like Binance and Coinbase, which is an increase of 1.9 percent in the last 24 hours.

bitcoin While showing stability in the midst of this risky market, Ether hasn’t changed significantly in the last 24 hours. world’s second largest Popular Cryptocurrencies It has not been able to cross the $ 2,000 mark (about Rs 1.55 lakh) for some time now. The price of Ether on Coinswitch Kuber stood at $1,915 (approximately Rs 1.5 lakh) at the time of writing this news. While the price of Ether is trading at $1,811 (approximately Rs 1.4 lakh) on global exchanges, it has gained over 0.38 per cent in the last 24 hours.

Gadgets 360 cryptocurrency price tracker Indicates that the top altcoins in the crypto price chart today appeared in green. Whereas, moving down the price chart Shiba Inu, Monero, Litecoin As digital tokens were in red. However, they have not declined much. The losses in the coins appear to be very minor. Dodgecoin also saw an uptrend today. However, the gain in this meme cryptocurrency was very modest, with less than 1 percent being just 0.4 percent.

Currently, the total market capitalization of the crypto industry is $1.23 trillion (approximately Rs.96,29,342 crore). PwC has released the Global Crypto Hedge Fund Report which says that a third of the hedge funds surveyed are already investing in digital assets such as bitcoin. This is a good sign for the maturity of the industry. Because institutions are still investing in a downtrend even though they know the market is very volatile.<!–