The global cryptocurrency market cap now stands at $1.79T, down by -4.12% over the last day, according to CoinMarketCap data.
Bitcoin (BTC) has been trading between $37,700 and $40,628 over the past 24 hours. As of 09:00 AM (UTC) today, BTC is trading at $38,987, down by -3.73%.
Most major cryptocurrencies by market cap are trading lower. Market outperformers include ZRX, APE, and ENS, up by 9%, 5%, and 4%, respectively.
Top stories of the day:
- Grayscale to Expand Its Footprint in European Crypto MarketGrayscale with $30 billion in assets under management is planning to expand its footprint in the European market.
- Brazilian Senate Plenary Approves Bill Regulating Crypto TransactionsThe Brazilian Senate plenary approved Tuesday night a bill regulating crypto transactions.
- Buenos Aires City to Allow Residents to Make Tax Payments With CryptoBuenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, will allow the payment of taxes using cryptocurrencies, Mayor Horacio Rodríguez Larreta announced Monday.
- Bitcoin Slips Toward $38K After Rally Fizzles
- Central Bank of Cuba to License Digital Asset Service ProvidersLicenses will be valid for one year and may be extended for an additional year, the bank announced Tuesday.
- Fort Worth to Become First US City to Mine BitcoinFort Worth, the fifth-largest city in Texas, will become the first U.S. city to start mining bitcoin via a new pilot project, according to a statement on Tuesday.
- ETH: $2886.99 (-3.73%)
- BNB: $390.8 (-2.62%)
- SOL: $99.32 (-1.52%)
- XRP: $0.651 (-4.70%)
- LUNA: $89.22 (-7.27%)
- ADA: $0.8434 (-5.28%)
- DOGE: $0.143 (-12.86%)
- AVAX: $69.96 (-3.04%)
- DOT: $17.03 (-4.75%)
- SHIB: $0.00002352 (-3.57%)