Bitcoin Up 10% In Bullish Buying and selling

© Reuters. Bitcoin Up 10% In Bullish Trading – traded at $ 27,598.4 on the index at 1:44 AM (6:44 AM GMT) on Sunday, up 10.04% for the day. It was the largest daily percentage gain since November 5th.

As a result of the upward move, Bitcoin’s market cap rose to $ 510.8 billion, or 70.52% of the total cryptocurrency market cap. At its highest, Bitcoin’s market capitalization was $ 491.5 billion.

Bitcoin had traded in a range of $ 26,438.4 to $ 27,603.4 for the past twenty-four hours.

Over the past seven days, Bitcoin has seen a 17% increase in value. The volume of Bitcoin trading in the twenty-four hours to the time of writing was $ 53.7 billion, or 26.56% of the total volume of all cryptocurrencies. It has traded in a range of $ 22,015.4902 to $ 27,603.4316 for the past 7 days.

At current price, Bitcoin is still 0.02% down from its all-time high of $ 27,603.43 on December 27th.

Elsewhere in cryptocurrency trading

was last at $ 653.83 on the index, up 3.85% for the day.

Tether was trading at $ 0.9973 on the index, down 0.22%.

Ethereum’s market cap was last at $ 74.4 billion, or 10.27% of total cryptocurrency market cap, while Tether’s market cap was $ 20.7 billion, or 2.86% of total cryptocurrency market value.

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