The cryptocurrency market has been going through a rough time after a small bullish run last week. A majority of the major coins have fallen, at the time of press. Litecoin [LTC] and Stellar Lumens [XLM] have slipped down the top-10 list following the fall.
LTC and XLM have been fighting for the sixth position on the CoinMarketCap list for a long time, and finally have settled on the eighth and the seventh positions, respectively. Tether [USDT], the stable coin, now rests on the sixth position.
At the time of press, LTC was valued at $31.3, with a market cap of $1.8 billion. The coin reported a 24-hour trade volume of $532 million, with a fall of 0.50% over the past hour. The coin has been falling since the past few days as it registered a dip of 16.75% in the past seven days, while registering a minimal recovery of 0.20% in an hour.
LTC was highly traded on OKEx, as it reported a volume of $49 million with the LTC/BTC. OKEx was followed by ZB.COM, which registered a trading volume of $46 million with the LTC/USDT pair. The third place was taken by DOBI Exchange, as it noted a volume of $36 million with the LTC/BTC pair.
As per the one-day chart of XLM, the coin had fallen by 0.83% over the past day, with a market cap of $2 billion. The coin registered a 24-hour trade volume of $88 million, with a fall over seven days of 13.40%. It is still falling by 0.29% over the past hour.
The coin was largely traded on ZB.COM exchange. The trade volume registered by the coin on the exchange was $19 million with the XLM/USDT pair. ZB.COM was followed by Exrates, which registered a volume of $12 million with the XLM/BTC pair. The third position in terms of trading volume was acquired by BCEX, as it registered a volume of $7 million with the XLM/BTC pair.
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