Amid the Market Crash, Prices of Major Coins Reached 6-Months Low

Amid the Market Crash, Prices of Major Coins Reached 6-Months Low
  • Ethereum has fallen by 49% from its November high of $4,878.26.
  • Ethereum’s main rival, Solana, has dropped 4.65% in the previous day.

Overnight, the price of bitcoin fell below $35,000, settling at $35,268 on CoinMarketCap, slowly rising on Saturday morning. Many coins have seen a steady rise, and the bulls are holding tight.

After a six-month respite, bitcoin’s 24-hour low of $34,020.27 saw the cryptocurrency fall back to depths not seen since July 2021. After reaching a record high of $69k on November 10th of last year, the price of Bitcoin has been steadily declining, with the sell-off ramping up in recent weeks. Moreover, it isn’t limited to Bitcoin. Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency in terms of market capitalization, is also declining.

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Ethereum, like Bitcoin, has fallen by 49% from its November high of $4,878.26. In the last 24 hours, popular tokens on the Ethereum network have not withstood the sell-off.

Whales in Action

At present, Ethereum’s main rival, Solana, has dropped 4.65% in the previous day, trading at just under $100 after a meteoric rise last year. Many coin prices have gone back a year with the current price decline. WatcherGuru tweeted a picture stating the price of significant coins the same day last year. Have a look at the tweet.

According to newly released statistics, the Largest Ethereum (ETH) whales worldwide are devouring stablecoins, and other altcoins as Bitcoin (BTC) continues to struggle around $35,000. As per whale-monitoring bot WhaleStats, the top 1,000 non-exchange Ethereum wallets reportedly bought stablecoins, including USD Coin (USDC), Tether, and Binance USD, as well as ETH, in the previous seven days.

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