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Ether, the world's second-largest cryptocurrency, hit an all-time high on Wednesday, catching up with bitcoin's rally and riding on news of wider blockchain adoption Bitcoin prices today declined to trade below $63,000 mark. The world's largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization was down over 1% to $62,469.5. The most popular digital token is up 116% this year (year-to-date) so far after hitting a record high of near $67,000 in October. Ether, the coin linked to ethereum blockchain and the second largest crypto, also plunged 1% to $4,555, as per CoinDesk, whereas dogecoin fell 1% to $0.26. Other digital tokens like XRP, Solana, Cardano, Uniswap, Litecoin, Polkadot were trading with gains over the last 24 hours. Shiba Inu, that has been on a record rally since the past few sessions, declined over 11% to $0.000059. Ether, the world's second-largest cryptocurrency, hit an all-time high on Wednesday, catching up with bitcoin's rally and riding on news of wider blockchain adoption. Meanwhile, Australia's largest bank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, said on Wednesday it will become the country's first to offer retail clients crypto services. According to digital assets researcher CryptoCompare, assets under management (AUM) in digital investment products rose 45.5% in October to a record high of $74.7 billion. The total AUM for bitcoin-based products grew 52.2% to $55.2 billion, while ethereum-based funds AUM increased 30% to $15.9 billion, record highs for both categories. .
Much like Dogecoin, it is cryptocurrency that was started off the back of an internet meme.
Another day in 2021, another celebrity causing a commotion about crypto on Twitter. Except this time it isn’t Elon Musk.
Expect continued conversations about cryptocurrency regulation. Lawmakers in Washington D.C. and across the world are trying to figure out how to establish laws and guidelines to make cryptocurrency safer for investors and less appealing to cybercriminals.
Coinbase, which went public last week via direct listing, shaved about 10% off its share price this week, but was largely unaffected Friday in intraday trading. BTC $60,655 -1.41% ETH $4,397 -2.42% XRP $1.14 -1.64% BCH $584 -2.80% EOS $4.40 -3.28% DOGE $0.26 -1.63% $ BTC $60,655 ETH $4,397 XRP $1.1354 BCH $584 XMR $255.5 DASH $189 EOS $4.40 ZEC $160 ADA $1.969 NEO $43.95 BNB $608 XLM $0.352 USDT $1.00 MIOTA $1.32 DOGE $0.26
Although cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are virtual currencies, they are treated as an asset for capital gains tax purposes, and “ordinary” investors who purchase Bitcoin as an investment will experience a capital gain or loss when they exchange it for traditional currency, products, or services.
LUNA currently trades at $40 - the .236 fibonacci level of its August to October rally and looks primed for a move upwards to a new ATH - likely $52 - as BTC consolidates. However, it will need to break through a confluence of several moving averages around the $41-42 mark to progress ahead.
This week, Binance announced it is pairing up with BAM Trading Services — which Coindesk notes is FinCEN-registered and has links to Koi Compliance, which counts Binance as an investor — to launch a U.S. exchange “soon.” That will mean, however a level of disruption for some U.S. customers in the meantime.
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“Ethereum is metaverse infrastructure and ETH is metaverse money,” Hoffman added.
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