Saturday, March 16 – Nearly all top-20 cryptocurrencies record marginal to notable gains the day after printing. Bitcoin (BTC) broke the $ 4,000 mark, according to CoinMarketCap data.
Market Visualization of Coin360
At the time of printing, Bitcoin has risen by more than two percent per day and is trading at around $ 4,035. According to CoinMarketCap, the current price is at a weekly rate The price at which Bitcoin started the week was two percent higher.
7-day price chart for Bitcoin. Source: CoinMarketCap
CoinMarketCap data also shows that Bitcoin's trading volume exceeded $ 11 billion yesterday. This is the highest value it has reported since April 25, 2018, when the price of the coin was $ 8,845.
Ethereum (ETH) maintains its position as the largest Altcoin by market capitalization, at around $ 14.9 billion. The second largest Altcoin, ripple (XRP), has a market capitalization of about 13.1 billion US dollars (19659008).
ETH has risen by more than four percent in the last 24 hours. At the time of going to print, the ETH quoted around $ 141 after the day began at $ 135. On its weekly chart, the value of Ethereum of 138, the price of the ETH one week ago, has increased by more than two percent.
7-day price scale for Ethereum. Source: CoinMarketCap
Recently, in a blog post, research by the big cryptocurrency trading platform BitMEX revealed that the full Ethereum Parity node contains a potential bug.
The second-largest Altcoin ripple has gained 1.3 percent in the 24-hour press and is currently trading at around $ 0.318. If you look at the weekly chart of the coin, the current price is more than one percent over $ 0.314 began the week.
7-day price chart. Source: CoinMarketCap
Among the top 20 cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the most notable growth, rising more than 10 percent a day.
The total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies currently equates to nearly $ 140 billion. That's 3.7 percent more than $ 134.8 billion, a value he reported a week ago.
As Cointelegraph reported earlier today, Valerie Szczepanik, Senior Advisor for Digital Assets at the US Securities and Exchange Commission, reported that stable coins could appear to be causing current problems in securities laws.