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The live price of Bitcoin is $ 19,942.63 per (BTC / USD) today with a current market cap of $ 382.34B USD. 24-hour trading volume is $ 29.86B USD. BTC to USD price is updated in real-time. Bitcoin is -1.52% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 19.17M USD.
BTC Price Performance USD
ChangeAmount%
Today$ -302.78-1.52%
30 Days$ 1,228.66+6.16%
60 Days$ -3,094.89-15.52%
90 Days$ -1,466.04-7.35%

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24h Low & High
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Low: $ 19,900.09
High: $ 20,294.39
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All Time High
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$ 68,789.63
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Price Change (1h)
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+0.00%
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Price Change (24h)
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-1.52%
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Price Change (7d)
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+2.49%
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 7 days ago.
Price Change (7d)
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 7 days ago.
+2.49%
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 7 days ago.

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Market Cap
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$ 382.34B
Market cap is calculated by multiplying the asset's circulating supply with its current price.
Volume (24hours)
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$ 29.86B
The total dollar value of all transactions for this asset over the past 24 hours.
Circulation Supply
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19.17M
Circulating supply shows the number of coins or tokens that have been issued so far.
Circulation Supply
Circulating supply shows the number of coins or tokens that have been issued so far.
19.17M
Circulating supply shows the number of coins or tokens that have been issued so far.
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PayPal Ups Crypto Push: Users Can Now Move Coins to Other Wallets and Exchanges
PayPal is finally allowing cryptocurrency holders to transfer their digital assets off its platform to other wallets and exchanges, the feature most often requested since the fintech giant’s crypto buy, sell and hold service went live in October 2020.The move away from regimented custodial platforms towards more open systems is a trend being followed by other large fintech players to enter crypto, such as popular trading app Robinhood, which plans to rplans to roll out a new crypto wallet focused on decentralized finance (DeFi) and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).“We are definitely responding to demand from users, that is one aspect,” said da Ponte in an interview this week. “We’ve also been very vocal from the beginning that we’re in this because we are a payments and commerce company and we think that our role in the ecosystem is about increasing access.”The ability to move bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), bitcoin cash (BCH) and litecoin (LTC) from PayPal’s crypto platform to external wallets is available from Tuesday to select U.S. users (not in Hawaii) and rolling out to all eligible U.S. customers in the coming weeks, according to a blog post.When PayPal first announced its move into digital assets, it seemed to kickstart a bull run in the crypto markets. By allowing its customers to send and receive crypto, PayPal has become the world’s largest blockchain-enabled consumer digital wallet, according to Walter Hessert, head of strategy at Paxos, an infrastructure provider to PayPal.In a statement, he said the platform was “a monumental step in the mainstream adoption of digital assets and Web3.”PayPal down the rabbit holeAsked about predictions for increased use of the platform in light of the new transfer functionality, “the early signs in terms of demand are very promising,” da Ponte said.“I don’t know if it’s going to be about the absolute number of users, or it’s going to be more about folks continuing to move in the adoption cycle,” da Ponte said, adding:“We have a ton of people now who have adopted the basic product and as they grow, they want to do more things. So, it’s less about bringing sophisticated users from the outside, it’s more continuing the learning curve for our base.”Despite an ostensibly conservative approach to crypto, there’s much more going on behind the scenes at PayPal, which acquired tech-heavy cryptocurrency custody firm Curv back in March of last year, and early this year was revealed to have been exploring a USD-backed “PayPal Coin.”“We want people on our platform acquiring digital currencies to be able to then use them to do something, whether it’s buying NFTs or interacting with games or other things, and stablecoins are a component of that and really important for the commerce and payments aspect to grow,” da Ponte said.
Ian Allison - CoinDesk
2022-06-07
#PayPal
#PayPal
Ian Allison - CoinDesk
2022-06-07
#PayPal
#PayPal
PayPal Ups Crypto Push: Users Can Now Move Coins to Other Wallets and Exchanges
PayPal is finally allowing cryptocurrency holders to transfer their digital assets off its platform to other wallets and exchanges, the feature most often requested since the fintech giant’s crypto buy, sell and hold service went live in October 2020.The move away from regimented custodial platforms towards more open systems is a trend being followed by other large fintech players to enter crypto, such as popular trading app Robinhood, which plans to rplans to roll out a new crypto wallet focused on decentralized finance (DeFi) and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).“We are definitely responding to demand from users, that is one aspect,” said da Ponte in an interview this week. “We’ve also been very vocal from the beginning that we’re in this because we are a payments and commerce company and we think that our role in the ecosystem is about increasing access.”The ability to move bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), bitcoin cash (BCH) and litecoin (LTC) from PayPal’s crypto platform to external wallets is available from Tuesday to select U.S. users (not in Hawaii) and rolling out to all eligible U.S. customers in the coming weeks, according to a blog post.When PayPal first announced its move into digital assets, it seemed to kickstart a bull run in the crypto markets. By allowing its customers to send and receive crypto, PayPal has become the world’s largest blockchain-enabled consumer digital wallet, according to Walter Hessert, head of strategy at Paxos, an infrastructure provider to PayPal.In a statement, he said the platform was “a monumental step in the mainstream adoption of digital assets and Web3.”PayPal down the rabbit holeAsked about predictions for increased use of the platform in light of the new transfer functionality, “the early signs in terms of demand are very promising,” da Ponte said.“I don’t know if it’s going to be about the absolute number of users, or it’s going to be more about folks continuing to move in the adoption cycle,” da Ponte said, adding:“We have a ton of people now who have adopted the basic product and as they grow, they want to do more things. So, it’s less about bringing sophisticated users from the outside, it’s more continuing the learning curve for our base.”Despite an ostensibly conservative approach to crypto, there’s much more going on behind the scenes at PayPal, which acquired tech-heavy cryptocurrency custody firm Curv back in March of last year, and early this year was revealed to have been exploring a USD-backed “PayPal Coin.”“We want people on our platform acquiring digital currencies to be able to then use them to do something, whether it’s buying NFTs or interacting with games or other things, and stablecoins are a component of that and really important for the commerce and payments aspect to grow,” da Ponte said.
Ian Allison - CoinDesk
2022-06-07
#PayPal
#PayPal
Ian Allison - CoinDesk
2022-06-07
#PayPal
#PayPal
Decentralized Exchanges Beat Centralized Counterparts for On-Chain Flows: Chainalysis
Decentralized exchanges (DEXes) have their pros (limitless crypto trading pairs) and their cons (difficult onboarding experiences) when compared to the centralized exchanges of the world. Nonetheless, they are rising in popularity.From April 2021 to April 2022, web 3 users sent $224 billion in on-chain value to DEXes, outstripping centralized exchanges like Coinbase which combined for $175 billion over the same period, according to Chainalysis.While those figures don’t speak to bottom-line trading volumes, they do highlight how DEXes offer a viable alternative to CEXs. But a transition from CEXs to DEXs raises concerns as to how this growing sector of crypto will be regulated. Decentralized exchanges are self-executing, and for better or for worse lack the human element of centralized exchanges. That means they’re harder to regulate.Chainalysis Economist Ethan McMahon told CoinDesk that the move from CEXs to DEXs began in 2020’s DeFi summer and carried through the NFT boom of 2021. DEXs first cleared 50% market share in September 2020, according to the report. In June 2021, this number hit its peak at 80%.When asked about the future DEX dominance, McMahon said regulation will likely play a role in these numbers.While decentralized exchanges are non-custodial and offer a wider range of currency pairs, according to McMahon, they aren’t as easy to use and do not offer the same regulatory assurance that centralized exchanges do. If DEXs continue to increase in popularity, a regulatory crackdown might be on the way.“If [regulation] serves as a hindrance, it may actually reduce the market share,” said McMahon.
Cameron Thompson - CoinDesk
2022-06-06
#DEX
#DEX
Cameron Thompson - CoinDesk
2022-06-06
#DEX
#DEX
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