The cryptocurrency markets posted a slight increase over the past 24 hours with Bitcoin Core (BTC) once again regaining the $5,200 level. Turnover was down at this point to just over the $150 million mark on Binance, but this did not seem to deter BTC from continuing to climb although the increase was a relatively minimal 1%. Ethereum (ETH) also regained some of the ground it had lost over the past few days and was trading at around $181 at press time on Wednesday or an increase of 3%.
Other cryptocurrencies with larger market caps also demonstrated increases, with EOS topping the list of performers on the back of a 7% increase up to the $5.80 level. Litecoin (LTC) was also up although by a more modest level with a 3% increase and was trading at around $88 at press time. Ripple (XRP) remained static although it was slightly up by around 2% to the $0.36 level. Cardano (ADA) also posted a relatively conservative 3.5% increase and was trading at the $0.086 level at press time. NEO was also up by around 4% to the $12.50 level, whilst Bitcoin SV (BSV) regained the $80 level on the back of a 2% increase. BCHABC was minimally up by around 1% and topped the $300 level.
Smaller market cap coins also demonstrated some increases with Ethereum Classic (ETC) up by around 4% to the $7.07 level. Stellar Lumens (XLM) was stable at the $0.126 level, whilst WAVES and IOST increased by a considerable 8% each to trade at $2.91 and $0.015 respectively. Other coins posted modest increases of around 1 to 3% and these included VET, ZIL, IOTA an ZRX. NULS was up by around 5% to the $0.92 level, whilst DASH also posted a slight increase of around 1% to trade at the $132 level at press time.
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