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The price of most cryptocurrencies including bitcoin has returned

The crypto market has bounced back over the weekend. The price of Bitcoin was trading with a gain of about 1.50 percent on Indian and International exchanges on Monday. It was at around $23,540. However, its value declined by around $423 over the weekend.

The value of the second largest cryptocurrency Ether has increased by about 2.25 percent. Gadgets 360 crypto price tracker As of, the price of Ether was at $1,638. There has not been much change in its value on the weekend. Apart from this, there was a boom in most of the cryptocurrencies. However, the prices of stablecoins such as Tether, USD Coin and Ripple have fallen. In the last one day, the market capitalization of crypto increased by about 1.27 percent to $ 1.07 trillion.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has presented an action plan regarding crypto assets. a big point in this bitcoin Like not giving legal status to cryptocurrencies. “There was some downside in both major cryptocurrencies over the weekend as investors were analyzing US employment data published last week,” Edul Patel, co-founder and CEO of crypto firm Mudrex, told Gadgets 360. This data suggests that inflation in the labor market is sustained and may increase in the coming days.

The bankruptcy of one of the major crypto exchanges, FTX, at the end of last year had a major impact on the market. Due to this, a large number of investors had distanced themselves from cryptocurrencies. Clients’ funds were used by modifying FTX’s software. The exchange’s chief engineer changed the code to allow Alameda Research, the firm of FTX founder Sam Bankman Fried, to sell its assets even if it took a loss on the borrowed money. This exemption allowed the firm to borrow funds from FTX regardless of the value of the collateral. This change in code was caught by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The SEC had reported that Alameda Research was being given credit without any limit. The firm had secretly received billions of dollars in loans over two years.


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