Crypto Prices Today

Crypto Prices Today: The market is trading in red today as significant coins fall.

As of writing, Bitcoin slips by 1.89% in the last 24 hours. Ethereum is down by 5.42%.

Cardano decreased by 7.15%. Solana drops by 7.67%. Polkadot drops by 6.79%.

The meme cryptos Dogecoin and Shiba Inu decreased by 5.98% and 6.75% respectively.

The global crypto market cap stands at 1.02 trillion USD, a decrease of 3.29% as compared to the previous day. The global crypto market volume is at 56.73 billion USD in the last 24 hours, an increase of 0.47%.

The top 4 cryptos for today are:

Bitcoin (BTC) is down by 1.89%

Bitcoin is down by 1.89% in the last 24 hours. This has taken the bitcoin price down to 22,704 USD. The market cap is 437.63 billion USD. Trading volume is up by 0.74% as compared pt the previous day. Crypto Prices Today: BTC Source: coinmarketcap

Ethereum (ETH) is down by 5.42%

Ethereum decreases by 5.42% during the previous 24 hours. The market cap for this crypto is currently at 189.98 billion USD. Trading volume increases by 10.72% as compared to the last day. Each ETH token is traded for 1,553.30 USD. Crypto Prices Today: ETHSource: coinmarketcap

Also read: Bitcoin Drops for the Second Consecutive Day in 2023, Is The Party Over?

Cardano (ADA) is down by 7.15%

With a decrease of 7.15% the market cap for Cardano is at 12.30 billion USD. Trading volume is slightly down by 0.02%. Each ADA token is trading for 0.3562 USD. Crypto Prices Today: ADASource: coinmarketcap

Dogecoin (DOGE) is down by 5.98%

Dogecoin slips by 5.98% in the last 24 hours. The market cap for the crypto is at 11.26 billion USD. Trading volume is down by 11.65%. Each DOGE token is trading for 0.08489 USD. DOGESource: coinmarketcap

Conclusion

Crypto Prices Today: The market is down following the day of mixed prices of significant coins.

Also read: Top 5 Cryptos With Highest Development Activity

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