Crypto Currencies Move Lower
Of the 1,665 digital currencies we monitor, the past 24 hours saw total market losses of $54,916,400, as 67% of currencies fell. The biggest impact on the market came from Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Dash (DASH).
Crypto Market Winners and Losers
If we look across the 1,665 crypto currencies (that we track), the biggest short term winners were:
- BDT Token (BDT), gained 6,393%, and has a market cap of 1,149 Bitcoins.
- Dimecoin (DIME), gained 643%, and sports a market cap of 4,708 Bitcoins.
- TRONCLASSIC (TRXC), gained 562%, and a market cap of 1,007 Bitcoins.
- Flash (FLASH), gained 338%, and a market cap of 4,415 Bitcoins.
- AdShares (ADST), gained 148%, and has a market cap of 481 Bitcoins.
On the downside, the biggest losers were
- bitqy (BQ), lost 83%.
- Speed Mining Service (SMS), lost 58%.
- OP Coin (OPC), lost 54%.
- DOWCOIN (DOW), lost 51%.
- MintCoin (MINT), lost 50%.
Bitcoin (BTC) swung between a high of $3,558.50 and a low of $3,470.10 ending twenty four hours of trading at $3,468. This equates to a loss of $53,258,734 in market cap. It has seen a 2.88% weekly decline, and in just the last hour bitcoin has risen 0.26%. Currently there are 17,517,787 bitcoins in circulation, representing 83% of the final twenty-one million bitcoins that can be mined. 1,420,951 of these bitcoins were traded in the past 24 hours.
In February Bitcoin started the month at $3,452 and swung between $3,423 and $3,507, closing at $3,507 on February 02.
Top 20 Crypto-Currency Coins
Examining the top 20 crypto currencies (ranked by market capitalization), the top performers over the last 24 hours were Waves (WAVES) 3.77%, USD Coin (USDC) 0.01%, while the worst three performing were NEM (XEM) -3.68%, IOTA (MIOTA) -2.80%, NEO (NEO) -2.53%.
Cryptocurrencies are traded day and night, so instead of covering a market session, we cover the last 24 hours of trading. Remember, prices on Cryptocurrencies can vary quite a bit across exchanges, so always check your local exchange for current rates.
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