Bitcoin on Wednesday registered a profit of 3.70 percent to open trading at $17,783 (roughly Rs. 14.7 lakh).
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Most cryptocurrencies have managed to see profits this week, despite the prevailing volatility and the ongoing crypto winter spurred by the collapse of crypto exchange FTX last month. Bitcoin on Wednesday registered a profit of 3.70 percent to open trading at $17,783 (roughly Rs. 14.7 lakh). In the last 24 hours, the value of BTC grew by $663 (roughly Rs. 54,806) from yesterday's price of $17,150 (roughly Rs. 14 lakh). As per the data reflected by international exchanges, BTC reeled-in profits slightly under four percent and traded at a similar price point.
While DOGE is presently trading at $0.091 (roughly Rs. 7.55), SHIB is priced $0.0000092 (roughly Rs. 0.000762).
“The likelihood that the FED could pivot and slow down the pace of rate hikes to 50 bps instead of 75 bps during the FOMC scheduled tomorrow increases greatly to around an 80 percent chance. What this data could also suggest is that there is now credence to the notion that Inflation has clearly peaked at 9.1 percent earlier this year in June considering disinflationary numbers twice in a row and supply chains unravelling with considerably easing goods inflation,” the CoinDCX research team told Gadgets 360.
The overall crypto market swelled by three percent in the last 24 hours. As per CoinMarketCap, the current valuation of the crypto market stands at $871.64 billion. In the aftermath of this incident, the crypto market valuation, that stood at around a trillion dollars two months ago, slipped drastically to its current value.
The crypto market is in turmoil after the crypto exchange FTX collapsed last month owing to a liquidity crunch and mismanagement of funds.
While many crypto firms resorted to laying off their employees to keep their businesses afloat, many companies got their proof-of-reserves audited to regain the trust of investors.