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EOS Falls 10% In Selloff By Investing.com


EOS Falls 10% In Selloff

Investing.com – was trading at $4.8613 by 18:46 (22:46 GMT) on the Investing.com Index on Sunday, down 10.04% on the day. This was the biggest percentage drop in one day since September 19.

EOS’s market capital fell to $4.7137B or 0.2% of its total market cap. EOS’s total market capital was $17.5290B at its peak.

EOS traded between $4.8613 and $5.4974 over the past 24 hours.

EOS’s value has stagnated over the last seven days. It only changed 1.62% in the past seven. EOS’s volume traded during the last 24 hours was $1.5616B, or 1.9% of total cryptocurrency volume. The price ranged from $4.4909 up to $5.5087 over the past seven days.

EOS currently stands at $22.98, a drop of 78.84% compared to its April 29th high of $22.98.

Elsewhere in cryptocurrency trading

was last at $46,893.2 on the Investing.com Index, down 2.38% on the day.

The Investing.com Index showed that the cryptocurrency was at $3,284.48, a decrease of 3.86%.

The market capitalization of Bitcoin was $886.9845B, or 42.31%. Ethereum’s total market capitalization of $388.8444B (or 18.55%) represented 32.86% of total cryptocurrency market value.

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.