SegWitCoin (BTC) trumped the charge forward on the back of a 5% rise to the $11,400 mark, as the cryptocurrency markets continued to rise substantially over the past 24 hours. Ethereum (ETH) rose to the $315 level with a 3% rise, while BSV was also on the charge forward and rose by no less than 6% to the $242 level—yet another yearly high as it continued consolidating.
Ripple (XRP) regained some of its recent drop and was up by around 3% to the $0.47 mark, whilst Litecoin (LTC) was stable at the $136 level after Monday’s slight drop of around 5%.
Other cryptocurrencies with larger market caps also had positive movements with NEO once again regaining the high $17 level on the back of a 2% increase. Cardano (ADA) was also up by around 2% to the $0.096 level and was now close to double figures once again. Stellar Lumens (XLM) was static at around $0.128, whilst IOTA remained in the $0.45 bracket or a stable level. EOS was also up by around 2% to the $7.30 level, whilst BNB was strangely flat at just under the $37 mark. BCHABC was up by around 2% to the $480 mark.
Cryptocurrencies with smaller market caps also experienced some positive movement overall with some exceptions. VET was the prime mover with an astonishing 40% increase, whilst LINK was also up by around 13% to the $2.07 mark as the coin continued to rise post mainnet. ONT was up by 4% to the $1.60 mark, whilst QTUM continued rising by around 9% to the $4.20 level.
Ethereum Classic (ETC) was stable at the $9.20 mark or a minimal rise of 1%, whilst IOST was up by a considerable 10% to the $0.0134 level. ZEC was down by 1% to around $107.50 whilst BAT, NULS and XMR were relatively stable.
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