Tuesday 18 September: While the largest crypto markets remain wobbly, Ripple (XRP) has seen a sharp rise in prices today, and Ethereum (ETH) has also strongly rebounded from recent losses, as shown by Coin360 data.
Coin360 market display
Having established that the $ 6,500 score should be rounded towards the end of last week, Bitcoin (BTC) subsequently saw some volatility, plummeting below $ 6,300 points.
The highest currency is now trading around $ 6.356 to press time, seeing a negligible percentage change over the 24-hour period. In the week, Bitcoin increased by 0.65%, with losses on the month now of 3.5%.
Bitcoin 7-day price chart. Source: Cointelegraph Bitcoin Price Index
Ethereum (ETH) saw a 24-hour volatile, plummeting to $ 194 yesterday to reverse recent gains, only to quickly recover today peaking up to $ 212 over a two-year time frame hours. The rise of Ethereum has eased slightly in the hour before the press, but the very high is still strong downwards to $ 213.
In the week, Ethereum's earnings are higher than 7%; monthly losses remain 33.4 percent at the beginning.
Ethereum 24-hour price chart. Source: Cointelegraph Ethereum Price Index
Ripple (XRP) recorded the largest gains among all large-cap coins, with an increase of 18 percent on the day to be traded at $ 0.32 at the time of printing. The ripple of Ripple kicked off this afternoon, bringing its weekly earnings to an exceptional 21.75%. In the month, however, the XRP remains down around 10.7 percent.
Yesterday, Sagar Sarbhai, head of Ripple's regulatory relations for the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, suggested that Ripple could launch a commercial application of its liquidity xRapid solution for banks "in the next month or so. "
24-hour graphic ripple. Source: Cointelegraph Ripple Price Index
Other strong performers among the top ten coins listed on CoinMarketCap are Stellar (XLM), with an increase of 4.6% to $ 0.21, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) – 1.7% at $ 440.60 – and Cardano (ADA), up 1.46% to $ 0.068.
Most of the other top 20 coins are in red, with Tezos (XTZ) getting the hardest hit, down 10.14% to $ 1.47. The IOTA (MIOTA) is down 3.6% to $ 0.53, but other losses in the top twenty are limited to a 2% range.
Total market capitalization has increased from around $ 192 billion to over $ 200 billion at the time of printing.
24-hour chart of the total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies of CoinMarketCap
While markets continue to register a marked volatility, the Chinese central bank, the Bank Chinese People's Party (PBoC) today issued a new public warning that warns investors against "illegal" ICO and cryptographic space.
In the much cryptic US crypto-normative space, the chief of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the United States has this week, however, stressed that the advent of digital resources and blockchain technology does not change the "fundamental responsibility" of companies when it comes to their financial reporting activities.