Cryptocurrency price Report: Crypto market spikes up as BTC gains 7% and ETH climbs by 3%
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Most cryptocurrency prices, including Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH), skyrocketed in the final day to Friday night.
According to Coinmarketcap.com, the global cryptocurrency market rose 5.07% to $1.03 trillion, with trading volume up 15.52% to $86.61 billion the previous day on Friday.
Ravencoin, which gained 22.83% to $0.04438 the previous day, was the biggest gainer of the day. TerraClassicUSD was the worst performer over the same period, falling 10.6 percent to $0.04099.
BTC (Bitcoin): BTC rose 7.81% to $20,794. Market capitalization increased by 7.81% to $398.1 billion and trading volume increased by 22.52% to $41.6 billion. BTC’s market share fell to 38.65%, a decrease of 0.90%.
Ethereum (ETH): ETH’s market cap increased by 3.89% to $1,695 and 3.90% to $2007.4 billion. The trade volume increased by 11.13 percent to 20.7 billion dollars. Cardano (ADA): ADA rose 4.84 percent to $0.4942 among other altcoins. Market capitalization rose 4.84% to $16.8 billion and trading volume increased 268.88% to $802.6 million.
Ripple (XRP): The price of XRP increased by 6.72% to $0.3538, its market cap increased by 6.72% to $17.5 billion, and its trading volume increased by 17.58% to $1.2 billion.
Sunshine (SUN): Solana (SOL) rose 7.31% to $35.49. Its trading volume increased by 45.91 percent to $1.2 billion, while its current value increased by 7.31 percent to $12.5 billion.
Dogecoin (DOGE): The price of DOGE jumped 4.74% to $0.06354, its market capitalization increased 4.74% to $8.4 billion, and its trading volume increased 48.27% to $404.2 million.
Shiba Inu (SHIB): SHIB now trades at $0.00001326, an increase of 4.74%. Market capitalization rose 8.39% to $7.2 billion and trading volume increased 976.3% to $642.4 million.