On May 10, the first five cryptocurrencies in terms of capitalization showed a rapid growth. The first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, crossed the psychological barrier of $ 6,000, and the rest of the crypto-market leaders rose in price (Cryptobit Мedia analyst).
The rapid growth of cryptocurrency
Bitcoin (BTC) – 6299 dollars
The first cryptocurrency in terms of capitalization, Bitcoin, rose in price by 3.34%. Now, the value of the asset is 6299 US dollars, and the level of market dominance has risen to 57%.
Recall that Bitcoin began to grow on May 7 and during this time increased by almost $ 300.
Ethereum (ETH) – 174 dollars
The second cryptocurrency in terms of capitalization, Ethereum, grew by almost 2%. The cost of a crypto asset at the time of this writing is $ 174, which is equivalent to 0.02768335 BTC. Ethereum has a market capitalization of $ 18.5 billion. At the same time, the average daily tradingTrading
– is an economic term that means the process of independent trade, independent analysis of the market and the conclusion of trade transactions.Details volume amounted to 7.2 million US dollars.
Ripple (XRP) – 0,300512 dollars
The third cryptocurrency in terms of capitalization, Ripple, grew by only one percent. Now, the value of the crypto asset is $ 0.300512, which is equivalent to 0.00004775 BTC.
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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) – 291,92 dollars
The fourth cryptocurrency, according to Bitcoin Cash (BCH) trading statistics, grew by more than two percent. Today, on May 10, the rate of the coin fixed at 291.92 US dollars, which is equivalent to 0.04614027 BTC.
Litecoin (LTC) – 76,99 dollars
The cost of the fifth cryptocurrency in terms of market capitalization, Litecoin, increased by 3.17%. Now, the value of the asset is $ 76.99, equivalent to 0.01220879 BTC.
Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash are cryptocurrencies that continue to grow. Recall that on May 8, Blockdata published the results of a study, according to which 19 companies spent up to $500 million to introduce retail purchases for crypto.
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