July 10 Cryptocurrency Price in India: Global Market Cap Check for Bitcoin BTC, Ethereum, Doge, Solana, and Litecoin SOL
Bitcoin remained stable at around $30,000 while other cryptocurrencies experienced mixed movements. Ethereum failed to reach the $1,800 mark. Compound saw the biggest gain with a 24-hour jump of over 11 percent, while Wrapped Bitcoin had the biggest loss with a 24-hour loss of over 7 percent. The global crypto market cap was $1.17 trillion with a 24-hour dip of 0.63 percent. Bitcoin’s price was $30,183.19 with a 24-hour dip of 0.44 percent. Ethereum’s price was $1,863.28 with a 24-hour dip of 0.28 percent. Dogecoin’s price was $0.06483 with a 24-hour loss of 2.08 percent. Litecoin’s price was $93.82 with a 24-hour dip of 3.65 percent. Ripple’s price was $0.4662 with a 24-hour loss of 1.04 percent. Solana’s price was $21.34 with a 24-hour dip of 1.93 percent. The top gainers in the past 24 hours were Compound, UNUS SED LEO, Curve DAO Token, eCash, and Kava. The top losers in the past 24 hours were Wrapped Bitcoin, Conflux, Fantom, Pepe, and Avalanche. Experts offered various perspectives on the current market scenario, with some mentioning that Bitcoin maintained a sideways trading pattern and volatility decreased compared to previous weeks. They also discussed the impact of Bitcoin ETF narratives and the accumulation of BTC by whales. The CEO of BuyUCoin highlighted that the cryptocurrency market had witnessed a significant boost in trade volume, with decentralized finance (DeFi) playing a significant role. However, readers were advised that cryptocurrency investments carry high risks and should seek expert advice before making any investment.