On November 5th, cryptocurrency digital prices were a mixture of losses and gains.
The global cryptocurrency market fell 0.57% in the past 24 hours to $2.73 trillion, and the total cryptocurrency market fell 5.76% to $138.36 billion.
As of 10 a.m. on November 5th, the Bitcoin price over the past 24 hours has dropped 0.65% to $62,277.17. This year, the digital token’s value increased 114%, reaching a record high of $67,000 in October. The digital currency value has risen amid concerns eased about China’s crackdown on the digital asset space and other issues.
The second-largest cryptocurrency, Ethereum, has also dropped 0.63% to $4,544.98 in the past 24 hours. The value of the digital currency has increased by 3.89% in the past seven days.
Dogecoin is down 2.40% over the past 24 hours to $0.2628. The currency has been down 11.47% in the last seven days. Shiba Inu’s value plunged more than 18.51% to $0.00004845. In the past week, the currency has lost 24.01%.
Tether has risen 0.03% to $1 in the last 24 hours, representing a 0.11% gain in digital token value over the past week.
Still, Cardano was down by 0.20% in value last week, dropping by 1.78% to $2.01. The digital currency XRP also fell 3.32% today to $1.20. But last week, the coin was up 10.89%.
Solana’s value rose by 0.47% over the past seven days to $242.54, up by 20.34% in value. Binance Coin is up 4.59% this morning at $585.07. Several cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Ethereum, have grown since October, driven by banks’ increasing adoption of digital tokens, the launch of an exchange-traded fund for Bitcoin futures, and the rise of non-financial tokens on virtual gaming platforms.
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