Cryptocurrency Prices Today: Crypto Rally Ends As BTC Falls Over 2%, ETH Down 4% – Outlook India

Cryptocurrency Prices Today: Crypto Rally Ends As BTC Falls Over 2%, ETH Down 4% – Outlook India

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September 9, 2022 by Coinvasity
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Diamond PartnerBitcoin (BTC) rose 2.35 per cent to $21,204, while Ethereum (ETH) was up 4.47 per cent to $1,631 on Friday evening There are quite a few landmark judgments which, while not resulting in the expected social transformation, have made a beginning simply by acknowledging the wrongThe latest Outlook edition titled Women-in-law takes stock of
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Bitcoin (BTC) rose 2.35 per cent to $21,204, while Ethereum (ETH) was up 4.47 per cent to $1,631 on Friday evening
There are quite a few landmark judgments which, while not resulting in the expected social transformation, have made a beginning simply by acknowledging the wrong
The latest Outlook edition titled Women-in-law takes stock of significant rulings and legislations in recent times that specifically deal with women’s rights in the country.
Progressive verdicts by courts help the cause of gender justice. But a lot remains to be done. Despite laws like protection of women from domestic violence act, 2005, Indian women continue to suffer violence in a patriarchal society, claim activists and experts
Why does our legal morality treat marriage between two people as some social welfare institution in whose continuance society at large has a stake?
Despite there being a multitude of alimony and maintenance laws, women are left empty-handed and struggle to make ends meet after a bad marriage, as experts feel that these laws do not give any cover for the women
Updated: 26 Aug 2022 7:22 pm
The global cryptocurrency market traded in the red on Friday, as BTC and ETH soared. The market fell by 2.76 per cent to $1.02 trillion, while the trading volume decreased by 2.81 per cent to $65.29 billion in the last 24 hours to 5:50 pm IST, according to Coinmarketcap.com.
Friday’s top gainer was Theta Fuel token. It was trading at $0.06763, up 7.99 per cent in the last 24 hours. The top loser was Lida DAO, trading at $1.94, down 8.61 per cent in the last 24 hours.
“Ripple (XRP) and Shiba Inu (SHIB), highlighted a surge in whale transactions to a three month high. Traditional finance companies continued to onboard XRP as a potential ‘opportunity in payments’ and SHIB recorded resurgence in new holders amidst peak social media mentions,” said the CoinDCX market research team.
Bitcoin (BTC): BTC fell by 2.35 per cent to $21,204. Its intraday low was $21,171. Its market cap decreased by 2.34 per cent to $405.6 billion, and its trading volume decreased by 5.38 per cent to $30.2 billion. BTC’s dominance over the crypto market is up by 0.15 per cent to 39.74 per cent.
Ethereum (ETH): ETH rose 4.47 per cent to $1,631. Its market cap decreased by 4.46 per cent to $199.2 billion and its trading volume increased by 3.39 per cent to $16.5 billion.
Ripple (XRP):  XRP’s price soared 1.18 per cent to $0.353, while its market cap increased by 1.18 per cent to $17.4 billion. XRP’s trading volume increased by 15.10 per cent to $1.2 billion.
Solana (SOL): SOL’s price fell by 5.58 per cent to $34.18. Its market cap decreased by 5.58 per cent to $11.9 billion, and its trading volume decreased by 17.38 per cent to $758.7 million.
Cardano (ADA): ADA’s price increased by 0.13 per cent to $0.4645. Its market cap increased by 0.13 per cent to $15.6 billion, and its trading volume increased by 63.56 per cent to $810.5 million.
Dogecoin (DOGE): DOGE’s price fell by 4.41 per cent to $0.06747, its market cap increased by 4.41 per cent to $8.9 billion, and its trading volume decreased by 0.32 per cent to $435.5 million.
Shiba Inu (SHIB): SHIB’s price increased by 7.75 per cent to trade at $0.00001335. Its market cap decreased by 7.75 per cent to $7.3 billion, and its trading volume increased by 13.31 per cent to $4782.9 million. 
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