Bitcoin’s price increased by 0.93 per cent to $28,292.63. Its 24-hour trading volume was $12.67 billion.
Cryptocurrency prices fell 1.05 per cent on Thursday morning following yesterday's gains. The market was dragged down by losses in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other altcoins.
The global cryptocurrency market extended its losses from the previous week, as it dropped 0.23 per cent on the morning of February 13, 2023, and is on the verge of losing the $1 trillion mark.
Bitcoin’s market share was 46.26 per cent, down 0.11 per cent over the previous day.
The global cryptocurrency market rose 8.78 per cent on Thursday morning, reaching $1.12 trillion. Bitcoin and other popular altcoins gained in value. Even the top loser lost only 0.50 per cent
The global cryptocurrency market was in for a second day of losses on Friday morning, as the market dropped 3.69 per cent, weighed down by losses in all the major cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Binance.
The global crypto market was up by 1.71 per cent. Bitcoin was the most trending cryptocurrency, while XRP and Stacks STX were the top gainer and loser, respectively
The global crypto market plummeted more than 2.7 per cent on Thursday morning, dragged down by losses in several major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Binance.