The price of bitcoin has finally surpassed $8,500 and all major coins are also struggling to hit their all-time-highs, which shows that the cryptocurrency market is finally seeing a recovery. The market has been seeing its longest downfall since December and the cryptocurrency market cap altogether dropped by $18 billion recently, however, things are now getting rebounded once again.
Bitcoin Price still struggles to surpass $9,000:
On Tuesday, the price of Bitcoin made another push and was trading at $9,000, which demonstrated the significance of its mark but after not so long, it got stuck at $8,999 and started to flip once again. This decline in the price of Bitcoin continued till the early morning hours throughout Tuesday and BTC ultimately experienced a slight bump by hitting a low of $8,313. Bitcoin is valued above $8,800 at this very moment, which means that it has got the market cap of $148 billion with 1% upsurge in its worth, but still bitcoin struggles to surpass the $9000 mark.
Upsurge in Ethereum Price:
The price of Ethereum has seen an upsurge once again, as it was declined by 4% on Tuesday, but at the present time, it’s priced at $864. Ethereum has now increased by 1.6%, which translates that it has the market cap of $84 billion at this time. Despite the fact that it has declined recently, the looming introduction of CryptoKitties in China has to be monitored by the investors of Ethereum as it could provide the price of Ethereum with a very little bounce.
100 largest cryptocurrencies of the market have managed to stand against the US dollar which ended up in the favour of altcoin markets, in which few cryptocurrencies that showed a single-day gain didn’t rank in the market cap top 10, whereas the top cryptocurrency bitcoin, struggles to achieve its all-time-highs.
The price of Ripple has seen a 1.3% decline, which indicates that the investors are becoming more proficient at extricating information that is helpful for the Ripple company. In the meantime, the price of Bitcoin Cash is currently trading at $1,282 and has seen 3.60% upsurge.
The sixth one on the ranking, Cardano has borne a 0.58% upsurge in its value and is now trading at $0.37. A serious challenge is now being faced by the Cardano’s ADA token from EOS, which has the 9th largest market cap, $6 billion.
The price of Litecoin has seen 15% upsurge in the value which means it’s currently valued at $182, while NEO which is on number 8th in the ranking is priced at $113 with a 0.75% upsurge.
IOTA and Stellar have seen a 3.8% and 6.7% upsurge in the price respectively and their prices are valued at $1.8 and $0.5 individually.