Crypto market returns into green zone after last week’s dip

The global crypto market cap is $2 trillion with a 24-hour volume of $169.2 billion. The price of Bitcoin is $53,892.14 and the BTC dominance is at 50.2%.

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by Liam Frost

Monday’s trading session has marked a return to form for Bitcoin (BTC) and other top cryptocurrencies, mostly offsetting the losses incurred by the last week’s slump, according to crypto metrics platform CoinGecko.

At press time, Bitcoin is trading at around $53,250, up 6.2% on the day—although still down 5.4% over the week. Ethereum (ETH), the second-largest cryptocurrency by its market capitalization, fares similarly well, trading at $2,476 (+5.7% on the day).

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