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Litecoin Falls 10% In Selloff -Breaking

© Reuters Litecoin Falls 10% In Selloff – Monday’s Index Index was at $99.500 as of 05:57 GMT (11:57 GMT). This is 10.12% lower than the previous day. The largest percentage loss in a single day was recorded since January 24.

Litecoin’s market capital fell to $6.982B or 0.46% from the overall cryptocurrency market cap. Litecoin had a market capital of $25.609B at its peak.

In the last 24 hours, Litecoin traded between $99.500 and $112.300.

Litecoin’s value has dropped 33.75% in the past seven trading days. In the 24 hours prior to writing, Litecoin’s volume was $1.137B. This is 1.26% of total cryptocurrency volume. In the last 7 days, it has been traded between $96.6000 and $153.2000.

Litecoin currently trades at 76.31% of its record price of $420.00, which was set December 12, 2017, when it reached its highest point.

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Last at $33,407.5 according to the Index. This was 6.99% lower than the previous day.

The Index Index showed that the stock was at $2,222.73, a 12.28% loss.

Bitcoin’s last market capital was $635.979B, or 41.64%. Ethereum’s total market capital was $267.639B (or 17.52%) 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.