MPost Markets: The prices of cryptos are on the rise
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Cryptocurrencies are back in the green after two days of price falls.
Bitcoin has seen a relatively small price increase of just 1.91%, and it’s now trading at $21,365.86. Ethereum’s ether, meanwhile, has regained more of its former price, with a 6.16% price increase. The coin is now available for $1,474.15.
Binance’s BNB has experienced a decent price increase of 5.64%, while XRP and Cardano’s ADA are up by approximately 2.50%. Solana SOL has also seen its price rise, up by 4%. Lido DAO LDO and Ethereum Classic ETC are seeing the most significant price jumps of 14.06% and 13.89%.
We’re also seeing price increases in the metaverse coins. ApeCoin APE is up by just 1.23%, while the price of Flow has jumped by 8.55%. Decentraland’s MANA is up by 2.50%, The Sandbox’s SAND by 3.11%, and Tezos XTZ by 3.51%.
Meanwhile, XMON, a coin whose price plummeted at the beginning of the week, is now experiencing a huge price increase. Its price rose by an astounding 10.29% over the last hour and by 38.75% over the last 24 hours. Rarible RARI and pNetwork PNT are also performing very well, up by 16.25% and 14.84%.
As NFT-related coins are regaining their prices, the price of the Metaverse Index has also been rising. Trading at $40.85, the token has seen an 8.9% price jump since yesterday.
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