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BitPrime Cryptocurrency Price Update


Cryptocurrency Market

Market capitalisation yesterday: NZD$310,491,660,215

Market capitalisation today: NZD$313,167,582,172

Change: 0.86%

Total 24-hour volume yesterday: NZD$17,390,097,529

Total 24-hour volume today: NZD$18,143,972,038

Change: 4.34%

Bitcoin Market Movements

Open price yesterday: NZD$9,561.10

Open price today: NZD$9,561.40

Change: 0.003%

Dominance: 53.00%

Ethereum Market Movements

Open price yesterday: NZD$300.47

Open price today: NZD$301.16

Change: 0.23%

Dominance: 9.90%

XRP Market Movements

Open price yesterday: NZD$0.6848

Open price today: NZD$0.6846

Change: -0.03%

Dominance: 8.79%

Notable Mentions

Number of cryptocurrencies: 2097

Rankings by 24-hour volume: Bitcoin (BTC), Tether (USDT), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), EOS (EOS), Litecoin (LTC), XRP (XRP), Dash (DASH), NEO (NEO), Ethereum Classic (ETC).

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has seen an almost 30% increase in 7-day price in the lead up to the hard fork proposed for 15th November. Binance and Coinbase have announced they are supporting the fork.

The top 24-hour gainer in marketcap for the top 100 coins is Bitcoin Cash (BCH) rising 17.26% while the top loser is Chainlink (LINK) dropping 8.30%.

About BitPrime:

NZ owned, operated, and a registered financial service provider, BitPrime is the country’s most trusted cryptocurrency retailer. BitPrime differs from traditional exchanges and brokerages as you buy directly from their reserves. For more information, visit https://www.bitprime.co.nz

Disclaimer:

Price is calculated by the volume weighted average of all prices reported at each market (source: coinmarketcap).

The above references an opinion and is for informational purposes only. Do not take this as personalised financial or investment advice.

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