The past week has been full of surprises for the cryptocurrency market. From coins constantly shuffling ranks, the market has mostly bled red. Bitcoin SV [BSV] and Monero [XMR] have suffered the most among the top coins. BSV drove the bull race the past week, while XMR remained an observer on the twelfth position.
At the time of press, BSV, the eighth-largest cryptocurrency, was valued at $92.86 with a market cap of 1 billion. The 24-hour trade volume of the coin was $57 million and had registered a mere growth of 0.08% in the past hour at the time of reporting. The coin had plunged by 6.40% in the past 24 hours.
According to the trading volume, the highest 24-hour trade volume was registered by GDAC with BSV/KRW pair. The 24-hour trade volume was reported to be $15 million. Similarly, BitMart was at the second and the third position, with a trading volume of $7.43 million and $7.12 million with BSV/USDT and BSV/BTC pairs, respectively.
Monero, the twelfth ranking coin on the CoinMarketCap list, was valued at $44.25, with a market cap of $736 million. The coin registered a 24-hour trade volume of $13 million and had seen a miniscual growth by 0.49%. However, over the past 24 hours, the coin plunged by 6.36%.
According to the maximum trade volume, Bithub registered a trading volume of $712 million with XMR/KRW. Bithumb was followed by Binance, which reported a trading volume of $2 million with XMR/BTC pair. The third in line was Exrates, with a trading volume of $1 million with XMR/BTC pair.
BSV, after driving a bull race, seemed to slow down, but had not exactly fallen prey to the bear. The coin reported a fall of 0.18% in the past seven days.
However, XMR has been red for the past few weeks. At the time of press, the coin had registered a fall of more than 20% in the past seven days.
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