Bitcoin on Friday, December 30, opened trading with a small profit of 0.08 percent. At the time of writing, BTC prices on national and international exchanges, stand at $16,585 (roughly Rs. 13.7 lakhs). From its last all-time high of $68,000 recorded last November, the year of 2022 pushed Bitcoin down the price ladder very drastically. Now, on the second last day of the year 2022, BTC has marked a significantly low value. The crypto price charts reflected reds next to greens as crypto prices fluctuated big time for most coins.
Like BTC, ETH also stooped dramatically low in terms of its value this year. Its last recorded all-time-high in November 2021, stood at around $4,890 (roughly Rs. 4.04 lakh).
Both meme coins, Shiba Inu and Dogecoin also saw minor price hikes on the second-last day of 2022. While DOGE is priced $0.070 (roughly Rs. 5.80), SHIB price stands at $0.0000081 (roughly Rs. 0.000670).
The overall crypto market rose by 0.09 percent in the last 24 hours. As per CoinMarketCap, the global crypto market cap stands at $795.8 billion (roughly Rs. 65,87,835 crore).
Despite the ongoing crypto slump, industry players have not lost all hope.
Huobi crypto exchange for instance, has revealed its plans of soon bringing a card service, that would make fiat-to-crypto transactions efficient and just a tap away.
On the other hand, KuCoin Labs, the incubation arm of KuCoin crypto exchange has announced a special programme to help blockchain builders to create products and services in the metaverse, NFT, and the Gamefi sectors.
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