Bitcoin floats more than $ 5,000 as Top Cryptos See Losses

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Saturday, April 6 – most of the 20 largest cryptocurrencies report light losses on the day according to the time of the press, while Bitcoin (BTC) floats around the $ 5,000 mark.

Market visualization thanks to Coin360

The Bitcoin price has experienced a half percent profit on the day, trading at around $ 5.004 at the time of the press, according to CoinMarketCap. Looking at his weekly chart, the current price is a solid 18% higher than $ 4,095, the price at which Bitcoin started the week.

Bitcoin 7-day price chart

Bitcoin 7-day price chart. Source: CoinMarketCap

Ethereum (ETH) maintains its position as the largest altcoin per market capitalization, which is approximately $ 17.2 billion. The second largest altcoin, Ripple (XRP), has a market capitalization of approximately $ 14.7 billion per press time.

ETH has fallen by 0.38% in the last 24 hours. At the time of the press, ETH is trading around $ 163 after the day has started at the same price. ETH has seen its value increase by more than 12% on its weekly chart.

Ethereum 7-day price chart

Ethereum 7-day price chart. Source: CoinMarketCap

The second largest altcoin Ripple has lost three percent during the 24 hours of printing on time and is currently trading around $ 0.354. Looking at the weekly chart of the currency, the current price is more than 12% higher than the price at which it started the week.

Ripple 7-day price chart

Ripple 7-day price chart. Source: CoinMarketCap

Chris Larsen, co-founder of San Francisco-based technology company Ripple, and his wife Lyna Lam have donated $ 25 million in XRP to a university in California, according to an announcement announced yesterday.

Of the top 20 cryptocurrencies, the only ones reporting profits (except for Bitcoin) are Binance Coin (BNB) and Monero (XMR), both below one percent higher, and Tezos (XTZ), about 1.88% higher.

The total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies is currently $ 174.6 billion, which is nearly 18% higher than $ 143.4 billion, the value it saw a week ago.

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