With Bitcoin, Ether, the entire crypto market fell again today, but the loss remained light

The cryptocurrency market has again shown volatility today with a slight decline. For the past two days, most of the tokens were registering an upward trend. But today almost all the popular coins including bitcoin opened with a slight decline. Bitcoin remained stable for the past several days, but today it has turned down again. The price of bitcoin recorded a slight loss of 0.91 percent today. The value of bitcoin remains at $31,658 (approximately Rs 24 lakh) on Indian exchange Coin Switch Kuber. Even on international exchanges such as CoinMarketCap and Binance, its price did not increase. Globally, its price has declined by 1 percent and is trading at $30,000 (approximately Rs 23 lakh).

bitcoin with price of ether It also declined by 0.77 per cent. Gadgets 360 Crypto Price states that the current price of Ethereum is at $1,886 (approximately Rs 1.4 Lakh). CoinDCX’s research team told Gadgets 360 that currently cryptocurrency This ongoing decline in the market is much less than the rate of decline that has happened in the past. This could be attributed to light selling and increased regulation activities. A drop in the price of the two top cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin and Ether, also affects the prices of other smaller cryptocurrencies with less value, which also drives their prices down. in these Tether, USD Coin, Cardano, Dogecoin And Shiba Inu etc. are included.

Litecoin’s price has plummeted after South Korean crypto exchange Bithumb and Upbit issued notices to delist Litecoin from their platform. in present Litecoin $63 (approximately Rs 4,900) which is a decline of 2.78 percent in the last 24 hours. Only among altcoins to gain Binance USD, Solana, Polkadot, Avalanche And Polygon Like altcoins. However, this increase was quite modest.

The latest report from Delloite says that 75 percent of retailers in the US are interested in adopting stable coins as a payment option. Currently, according to CoinMarketCap, the crypto sector has a total market cap of $1.23 trillion (approximately Rs.96,32,959 crore).<!–

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