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Ethereum goes up 20%
On Monday, Ethereum managed to reach a reading of $158.26 on the Investing.com Index, tacking on by up to 20.25% on the day. Well, it turned out to be the largest one-day percentage leap since December 24.
As a matter of fact, the uptrend pushed Ethereum's market capitalization up to the outcome of $16.31B, or to put that another way 11.13% of the total crypto market capitalization. By the way, this crypto asset’s market capitalization accounted for $135.58B at its highest.
According to recent reports, in the previous twenty-four hours, Ethereum had fluctuated in a band $129.48- $158.26.
For the last seven days, Ethereum has faced a leap in its market value and gained up to 71.8%. For the twenty-four hours to time of writing the volume of this digital coin amounted to $3.98B or in other words 16.46% of the overall volume of all crypto assets. For the last seven days, the number two crypto asset in the world has been seen in a band $91.9630-$158.2582.
Furthermore, at its current price, Ethereum has lost up to 88.88% from its all-time maximum of $1,423.20 recorded set on January 13.
Now, let’s take a look at other crypto assets. As a matter of fact, on the Investing.com Index, Bitcoin was last seen at $4,198.2, heading north by up to 6.52% on the day.
Aside from that, XRP was worth about $0.43732 on the Investing.com Index. The given outcome appears to be a 17.11% leap.
As for Bitcoin's market capitalization, it last accounted for $73.88B or in other words 50.45% of the overall crypto market capitalization. Apart from that, XRP's market capitalization managed to reach $17.81B, demonstrating 12.16% of the total crypto market value.
EOS hit $3.1009, soaring by nearly 11.70%, which happens to be the greatest one-day percentage leap since December 17.
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