India’s Cryptocurrency Prices for April 3: Bitcoin BTC, Ethereum, Doge, Solana, Litecoin, Ripple XRP, and ApeCoin APE – Keep Up with Global Market Cap and Gainer/Loser Trends.
Bitcoin and Ethereum remained within their respective ranges of $27,000 and $1,700 early on Monday, whilst other major altcoins, including Dogecoin, Ripple, Solana, and Litecoin, fell across the board. The cryptocurrency market cap was valued at $1.16tn, registering a 24-hour loss of 2.29%. ApeCoin emerged as the biggest gainer with a 24-hour jump of 3%, whilst Conflux experienced the largest loss with a 24-hour loss of over 8%. Bitcoin experienced a 24-hour loss of 2.67%, bringing its price to $27,686.26, whilst Ethereum dropped 2.27% to $1,775.31. Dogecoin registered a 24-hour loss of 8.15%, currently priced at $0.0774, whilst Litecoin saw a 24-hour dip of 0.97% and stood at $91.67, and Ripple incurred a loss of 0.85% to stand at $0.51. Solana’s price dropped by 4.35% to $20.11.
Mudrex co-founder and CEO Edul Patel said “Over the last 24 hours, Bitcoin has traded below the $28,000 range, as investors hold off for new productivity and employment data in the U.S this week. Despite climbing above the $28,500 resistance level earlier in the weekend, BTC has since undergone a correction.” WazirX Vice President Rajagopal Menon noted that NKN and ApeCoin had been the top gainers on their platform over the last 24 hours, whilst Sathvik Vishwanath, CEO and co-founder of Unocoin stated that Bitcoin’s price hovered around the key trading range of $28,200 to $28,900.
Shivam Thakral, CEO of BuyUCoin, said that investors were awaiting data on US employment and productivity, adding that digital assets were likely to benefit from a sharp focus on DeFi. However, readers are advised to seek expert advice and read offer documents and literature carefully before investing in cryptocurrency products and NFTs, as they are unregulated and carry high risk, and any predictions are speculative. Cryptocurrency is not legal tender and subject to market risks.