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Ethereum Climbs 10% In Bullish Trade -Breaking

© Reuters. Ethereum rises to 10% in Bullish Trading – The Index, which was at 2,436.55 as of 06:02 GMT on Tuesday (11:02 GMT), had risen 10.01%. This was the biggest percentage gain in one day since October 1, 2021.

Ethereum’s market value climbed to $289.75B (or 17.61%) during this period. Ethereum’s market value was $569.58B when it reached its maximum.

In the last twenty-four hour, Ethereum traded between $2,352.36 and $2,450.68.

Ethereum’s value has dropped 23.61% in the past seven trading days. In the last 24 hours, Ethereum’s volume traded was $25.29B. This is 20.41% more than the overall volume all cryptocurrency. The price ranged from $2,161.5486 up to $3,270.7107 over the previous seven days.

Ethereum’s current price is 49.91% below its record high of $4864.06 on November 10, 2021.

And other cryptocurrency trading

The Index last saw the price of $36,467.0, an increase of 9.50%.

The Index Index saw the stock trade at $1.0006, a gain in 0.02%.

Bitcoin’s current market cap was $690.54B (41.97%) while Tether had a market cap of $78.30B which is 4.76% of its total cryptocurrency market worth.

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Mike Robinson
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