On May 7, the first Bitcoin cryptocurrency increased by 4.29%. Now, the weighted average rate of digital gold is $5,929. At the same time, the "high" deals in today's tradingTrading
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Bitcoin grew by 4.29%
According to our analytics, the cost of the main cryptocurrency has risen in the last 24 hours to 4.29%. The average rate of Bitcoin amounted to 5929 US dollars. In addition, it is worth paying attention to the upper and lower closing figures of trade transactions in the current session. The top figures are equal to 6034 US dollars for 1BTC, and the minimum price for today is 5636 US dollars for 1BTC.
Bitcoin's overall market performance today, May 7th – Bitcoin (BTC) $5,929.13 per coin; total market capitalization of the asset is $104,885,758,609, equivalent to 17,686,925 BTC.
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In addition, the average daily trading volume has grown. Now, the volume was fixed at $ 17.3 billion, which is equal to 2,918,433 BTC. The coefficient of dominance in the cryptocurrency market rose by 0.2%. At the time of writing, Bitcoin dominates 55.7%.
The rapid growth of the first in terms of cryptocurrency capitalization provoked a surge in the active growth of prices for other altcoins. For example, Ethereum (ETH) grew by 10.03%. Now, the value of the asset is equal to 177.02 US dollars or 0.02985228 BTC. And the third in terms of the capitalization of the cryptocurrency XRP rose by 2.35% at the rate of $0.305124 for a tokenToken
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BTC crossed the mark of 6000 USD, the rate showed a significant increase. Recall that on May 6, 5 new cryptocurrencies also showed intensive growth. Horizen, Aeternity, Aurora, THETA and Populous coins were among the assets that rose.
Editor: Jerg Wos