Cryptocurrency markets are growing slightly today, Bitcoin (BTC) going back over $ 9,000. the 100 best pieces, except one, listed on CoinMarketCap in the green of the press time.
BTC had reached over $ 11,500 during its week high on March 5, before dropping below $ 9,000 yesterday, March 9. is currently trading at around $ 9,500, up about 5% over a 24 hour period to press the hour.
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Ethereum (ETH ) is still below $ 800, but up from its monthly low of $ 700 yesterday, March 9. The top altcoin is now trading around $ 740 5.5 percent over a 24-hour period by the press time.Ethereum has always remained below $ 1,000 – a price point it had already broken in mid-January – since the fall of the market in early February.
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Among the first ten pieces listed on CoinMarketCap, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the highest over a 24-hour period, about 9 percent, and trade Our Altcoin Ripple (XRP) is the smallest of the top ten coins on CoinMarketCap, just over 1% over a 24 hour period, trading around $ 0.84 per press time.
The total market capitalization for all cryptocurrencies is about $ 389 billion per hour press, at the lower end of its February highs above $ 500 billion, but at a record low of $ 344 billion on March 9.
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Although the markets are experiencing a slight recovery today, the global collapse since the beginning of the year. 39 year was awarded to the sale of $ 400 million by the trustee in bankruptcy of the former crypto exchange Mt. Gox.The recent collapse of this week can be credited to global regulatory news, including the 39, announcement by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that all encryption platforms should register with the SEC.