Early on July 7, most cryptocurrencies saw gains as the market cap of all cryptocurrencies grew by 1.83 percent to $922.86 billion from the previous day. However, over the past 24 hours, the overall volume of the cryptocurrency market fell by 9.23% to $58.19 billion.
DeFi’s 24-hour volume was $5.13 billion, or 8.82% of the overall volume of the cryptocurrency market. All stable coin volume was $52.11 billion, or 89.55 percent of the 24-hour volume of the whole crypto market.
Bitcoin, the biggest cryptocurrency in the world, was trading about 16 lakh. According to data from CoinMarketCap, its market share of cryptocurrencies decreased somewhat during the past day, falling from 42.41 percent to 0.14 percent.
In other events, analysts at BNP Paribas, a French bank with a foothold on Wall Street, put together a list of 50 equities they thought were expensive in November, during a booming cryptocurrency market, many of which had strong ties to digital assets.
In reference to the foaminess of the stocks, they gave this collection the moniker “cappuccino basket.” After that, the bank turned those shares into a product that essentially allowed its wealthiest clients, including hedge funds, pension funds, managers of multibillion-dollar family businesses, and other knowledgeable investors, to wager that the assets would eventually go bust.
The value of the cappuccino basket decreased by 50% over the past month as the froth surrounding bitcoin and other digital currencies subsided, bringing down some cryptocurrency organizations that had emerged to facilitate their trade. These are the values of the main cryptocurrencies as of July 7 at 7.30 am.
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