Many popular crypto assets have seen a consolidation and some small losses over the last week. There are however a number of crypto coins that have experienced significant double-digit gains over the past 24 hours.
Ecash, Tezos, Arweave, Bitcoin Gold Jump
The crypto currency’s lion’s share has seen double digit gains over the past month. However there has been some consolidation in the markets for many of its market leaders over the last week.
For example, on the last day, the two Bitcoin (BTC).And ethereumThese assets have seen a slight drop in value and have been very well consolidated over the last week. There have been other crypto assets which made large moves over the past 24 hours to close the weekend.
Sunday’s Biggest Winner is a play called Cash in(formerly BCHA or Bitcoin ABC), which rose 42.4% in just one day. Seven-day statistics reveal that ecash grew 98.4% this Week.
The ecash token (XEC), which trades at $ 168 per coin at the time of writing, has a market cap of approximately $ 3.1 billion and is currently trading at $ 168 per coin. The ecash token (XEC) is backed by tezos (XTZ),Who gained more than 16% in one day? XTZThis week, it is up 62.4% Only one XTZIt is currently traded at $ 5.99 per coin, and its market value is approximately $ 5 billion.
The so-called token Near (NEAR).Today’s price is up 9% because there are only four coins which have posted double-digit gains in recent days. Near is trading at $ 5.83 per coins and has a market valuation of approximately $ 2.6 trillion on Sunday morning (ET).
Safemoon controversy lowers token worth by 26%, Axie infinity slips 6%
Safemoon fans are disappointed that Safemoon’s token (SAFEMOON), was down 26% on Sunday. Network is controversial. Safemoon is Sunday’s only double-digit loser. Below SAFEMOON, axie infinity has fallen more than 6 percent in the past 24 hours.
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