Today’s crypto movers: Bitcoin (↓0.30%), Ethereum (↓0.95%), UNUS SED LEO (↓3.59%) and Amp (↑27.64%)
The crypto market traded lower as the SEC rejected another Bitcoin spot ETF.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rejected another Grayscale Bitcoin ETF, which is likely why Bitcoin continued to drop.
The overall crypto market saw prices change by -1.89% in the last 24 hours, which is similar to what we saw the day before.
Trading volume over the last 24 hours was 25% higher than the recent 7-day average, which shows market participation has increased with the drop in prices.
Price volatility was 1.44%, meaning prices didn’t fluctuate much.
The two biggest coins: Bitcoin and Ethereum
Bitcoin is the biggest coin by market cap and its price changed by -0.30% over the last 24 hours.
The drop is likely related to the SEC rejecting another Grayscale Bitcoin spot ETF.
The second most valuable crypto, Ethereum, saw its price change by -0.95%. Ethereum’s market cap is 36.49% of Bitcoin’s total value.
Ether still holds above $1,000. A break below opens the way to $850. But if the price stays above current levels, we may see another test of $1,200 soon.
Today’s biggest gainers and losers
Amp (AMP) is an Ethereum token that collateralizes payments on the Flexa Network. If a BTC or ETH payment fails, the Amp collateral covers losses while the vendor receives compensation in fiat.
Arweave (AR) is a decentralized storage network that offers a platform for indefinite data storage. It uses its native AR cryptocurrency to pay “miners” to store the network’s information.
Convex Finance (CVX) is an influential decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol helping Curve liquidity providers boost rewards. Its sole use case is to accumulate as much total locked value (TVL) as possible, which helps it control a significant stake in Curve Finance.
UNUS SED LEO (LEO) is a utility token for the iFinex ecosystem. It allows Bitfinex users to save money on trading fees.
Zcash (ZEC) is a decentralized cryptocurrency focused on privacy and anonymity. It uses the zero-knowledge succinct non-interactive argument of knowledge (zk-SNARK) proof technology that allows network nodes to verify transactions without revealing sensitive transaction information.
BitTorrent (BTT) is a peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing platform released in 2001. TRON (TRX), a blockchain platform, purchased BTT in 2018. It uses the BTT token to compensate providers and purchase resources such as bandwidth and storage.