Bitcoin started the week with a bearish sentiment, remaining below $26,000 on Monday, largely attributed to reduced market activity during the U.S. Labor Day celebration. The SEC's decision to postpone the Bitcoin ETF approval to October triggered another drop in Bitcoin's price to the $25,000 range, further prolonging the anticipated recovery in the crypto market.
Ethereum, faces the possibility of a substantial price drop due to significant online transfers that have occurred recently. On-chain data reveals that an astounding 300,000 ETH, equivalent to nearly $500 million, has been moved from two distinct wallets to the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase.
At the moment, Bitcoin is priced at $25,690, reflecting a 1.10% decrease in the past 24 hours. In India, Bitcoin's value stands at Rs 22,55,400.
As of now, Ethereum is priced at $1,621.40, with a 1.00% 24-hour loss. In India, Ethereum is valued at Rs 1,42,550.
At the time of writing, the price of Binance was $214.45 showing a loss of 0.40% in 24-hour. In India, the price of Binance stood at Rs 18,780.
At the time of writing, the price of Cardano was $0.2570, showing a 24-hour loss of 0.20 percent. In India, the price of ADA stood at Rs 22.52.
DOGE saw a 0.30% 24-hour gain, trading at $0.06356. In India, Dogecoin was priced at Rs 5.57.
Litecoin experienced a 1.80% 24-hour drop, with its current price at $63.22. In India, LTC was valued at Rs 5,545.
XRP's price, recorded at $0.5072, experienced a 24-hour loss of 0.70 percent. In India, Ripple's price stood at Rs 44.65.
The price of Solana was recorded at $19.26, reflecting a 24-hour decrease of 2.70 percent. In India, the price of SOL stood at Rs 1,700.
In the last 24 hours, the cryptocurrency market has remained remarkably stagnant in terms of its overall outlook. The crypto greed and fear index continues to show a flat trend, currently holding at a value of 40 out of 100.
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