Bitcoin price falls, most other cryptocurrencies in red

Bitcoin rose around 8 per cent over the last four days. However, on Wednesday, Bitcoin was down by 0.69 per cent to $31,437.72.

Bitcoin price was down on Wednesday.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ethereum fell by 2.92 per cent
  • Dogecoin was down by 1.29 per cent
  • Shiba Inu fell 2.71 per cent

Bitcoin’s price on Wednesday fell after its recent mini-rebound. However, even after the fall, the world’s largest cryptocurrency was trading over $31,000-mark. Ethereum was also down.

This came amid ongoing inflationary concerns and the prospect of a recession.

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Bitcoin rose around 8 per cent over the last four days. However, on Wednesday, Bitcoin was down by 0.69 per cent to $31,437.72.

“Bitcoin retained its gains for another consecutive day. Bitcoin was changing hands above US$31,000 in the past 24 hours. BTC surged to a peak of US$31,949 yesterday after buyers reacted to the oversold conditions,” Edul Patel, co-Founder and CEO of Mudrex, said.

“The initial support at US$30,000 could avoid further breakouts, while the resistance at US$33,000 could stall upward momentum, which could be limited,” Patel said.

Ethereum fell by 2.92 per cent to $1,921.01.

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While most of the cryptocurrencies fell, Luna rose over 11841 per cent.

XRP was down by 2.24 per cent, Solana fell 6.08 per cent, Cardano fell 6.57 per cent, Stellar was down 3.77 per cent, Polkadot was down by 2.29 per cent, Avalanche fell 7.43 per cent.

Major alt coins such as Dogecoin was down by 1.29 per cent and Shiba Inu fell 2.71 per cent.

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