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Cryptos are still in the green and have seen quite a price jump over the last 24 hours.
While just a couple of days ago, bitcoin struggled to stay above the $19k mark, the coin is now trading at $20,871.00, seeing a 5.83% increase since yesterday. However, that uptick is nothing compared to that of Ethereum’s ether, which is up by 12.73%. Ether is now trading at $1,218.94, up by nearly $200 from this week’s lowest price.
Binance’s BNB is up by 4.34 and is trading at $237.64, while XRP and Cardano’s ADA have seen price increases of 6.29% and 4.72%, respectively. Solana SOL has also seen a large price jump of 11.61%.
The absolute winner among all cryptocurrencies today is Lido DAO, up by 43.83% over the last 24 hours and up by 50.28% over the last seven days. TerraClassicUSD has also seen a price increase of 35.19%, but the stablecoin’s price remains way below $1, and it’s now trading at under $0.05. There are some other cryptos worth mentioning: Quant QNT, up by 22.21%, Compound COMP, up by 20.38%, and Aave, up by 17.70%.
With all the price increases, it’s no surprise the global crypto market cap is up by 6.68% over the last day. Similarly, the NFT-related crypto market cap is up by 5.87%, while the trading volume has increased by 2.2%.
Flow remains number one by market cap among all metaverse cryptocurrencies, up by 7.58%, closely followed by Decentraland’s MANA, up by 6.64%. The Sandbox’s SAND is up by 5.76%, Tezos has seen a 7.03% price increase, while ApeCoin’s APE is up by 5.39%. Unisocks SOCKS, LooksRare LOOKS, and Wolder Worlds WILD have seen the largest price increases among all metaverse coins, with SOCKS up by 22.40%, LOOKS up by 21.59%, and WILD up by 19.63%.
The Metaverse Index has seen another price increase. Up by 9.01%, the coin is now trading at $38.80.
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