Friday, April 19, 2024

Within 24 hours, Bitcoin fell 1.3% to $ 61.58 billion

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The price of cryptocurrency Bitcoin fell 1.3 percent in New York to $ 61,586,000 in 24 hours, according to data compiled by Bloomberg News yesterday.
Bitcoin prices trading between $ 61.79 thousand and $ 62,511 thousand fluctuated with an average of 2.3 percent. It is now down 8 percent from a high of $ 64,870,000 on April 14. Bitcoin lost 1.5 percent of its value last week and has risen 112 percent so far this year.
Ether rose a record $ 4,400 and gained 2 percent. During trading on Friday, the dollar appreciated again after falling the previous day, following an appreciation by investors that the rise in government securities and new inflation reports have challenged major central banks to cut their asset purchase plans faster than planned.
After falling nearly 0.6 percent on Thursday, the dollar index rose about 0.5 percent during trading in New York.
The euro fell 0.6 percent to $ 1.1609, a day after recording the biggest increase in five months.
The dollar rose 0.2 percent to 113,765 against the Japanese currency. The pound was down 0.3 percent at $ 1.3746. The Australian dollar also fell 0.3 percent to $ 0.7521, hitting an all-time high of $ 0.75555 in early July.

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