Cryptocurrency price

Cryptocurrency Price Today April 10: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether Trade In Green

Most cryptocurrencies traded in green territory during morning trades on April 10, 2022. Bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency, jumped 0.62% in the past 24 hours to 42,679 $.03, while the price of Ethereum jumped 1.26% during this period to reach $3,254.76. Today, the price of Tether rose slightly (0.01%) to levels of $1. However, in the past 7 days, all of these major cryptocurrencies lost up to 7% in heavy bleeding.

Bitcoin’s price today is $42,679.03 and its current market cap is $811,832,005,365. Bitcoin trade volume in the last 24 hours on WazirX is $15,699,207,139.

Similarly, Ethereum price today is $3,254.76 and its current market cap is $391,371,138,485 and in the last 24 hours its trading volume on WazirX is $9,677,852,941 .

Tether’s price today is $1 and its current market cap is $82,564,983,002 and its traded volume on WazirX in the last 24 hours is $58,937,297,477.

However, all of these major cryptocurrencies have lost heavily in the past 7 days. Over the past 7 days, Bitcoin has fallen by 7%, Ethereum price has corrected as much as 5.45% while Tether price has remained almost unchanged. So, Tether is bucking the trend, but other blockchains like Solana and Terra have fallen 14.85% and 15.94% in the last 7 days.

But, Dogecoin is bucking the trend as it jumped 5.52% in the last 7 days. Dogecoin price today is $0.1478, appreciating by 3.28% in the last 24 hours.

Last week at the Bitcoin 2022 conference in Miami, Bitcoiners said they were back in full force, with over 25,000 attendees in the extravaganza to celebrate the original digital asset as well as each other. Crypto dignitaries including Michael Novogratz and Peter Thiel gathered for panels in colossal halls fueled around the clock with fog machines and dance music. In the years since Covid hit, the crypto industry has exploded – businesses have sprouted and grown and there is more money for projects than ever before. Bitcoin has more than quadrupled since before the pandemic, even down nearly 40% since setting a record high in November.

(With contributions from Bloomberg)

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