- Cardano, Tether, Ripple, and Polkadot, etc showed a decline of 2-3 percent.
- Bakkt has partnered with Google.
- It is a platform to store and trade digital assets on a global network
Cardano, Tether, Ripple, and Polkadot, etc showed a decline of 2-3 percent.
Bitcoin continued its upward trend and gave the good news to investors on Tuesday. On October 12, this cryptocurrency was trading at $57,000 (about Rs 42 lakh). It has touched this figure for the first time since the month of May. At the time of writing the news, the world’s most popular cryptocurrency was trading at around $57,490 (approximately Rs 43.3 lakh) on Binance and CoinMarketCap, while the value of BTC on Indian exchange Coinswitch Kuber is already over $59,000 (approximately Rs 44.8 lakh). Is. The cryptocurrency reached an all-time high of $65,000 (approximately Rs 48.9 lakh) in April this year. If its current rally continues like this, then soon it can set a new record.
At the same time, Ether and other altcoins also appeared in green color in the bottom row. Ether opened at Rs 2,79,134 (about $3,740) on CoinSwitch Kuber on Wednesday, according to Gadgets360 cryptocurrency price tracker. It gained 1.29 percent. Although its speed is not as fast as that of bitcoin, it continues to grow.
Bakkt has partnered with Google.
Talking about other altcoins, Cardano, Tether, Ripple, and Polkadot all continued to lose 2 to 3 percent on average. It looks like DodgeCoin is also fighting a battle to turn its fortunes. It saw a decline of 3.58 percent. On Wednesday, it was trading at Rs 17.96 (about $ 0.24). Meanwhile, the Mimecoin Shiba Inu tightened its grip to some extent. It has climbed 19.65 percent against other altcoins.
It is a platform to store and trade digital assets on a global network.
On the other hand, Bakkt has partnered with Google in another cryptocurrency-related news. Bakkt is a platform for institutional investors to store and trade digital assets across a global network. After joining hands with Google, it has now come to the fore that users will now be able to link their virtual debit cards with Google Pay. Through which they will be able to buy goods and services through offline and online mediums. Last month, El Salvador recognized bitcoin as a legal tender. Now countries like Brazil and Switzerland are also on the same path and soon good news can come for bitcoin fans from these countries as well.
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