The two largest cryptocurrencies in the market – Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) – operate in the red this Thursday morning (24), according to the CoinDesk index.
The BTC is trading at $33,279 after devaluing 2.65% in the last 24 hours. In real, the cryptocurrency is worth R$ 167,000 at brokerages operating in Brazil.
In the week, the digital asset accumulates losses of 15%. However, those who bought the coin exactly a year ago, when it was worth US$ 9,264, is still making a profit of 258%.
Ether is quoted at $1,946 after falling 3% since yesterday morning. In real, the digital asset is found for R$9,756 on the main exchanges.
From its all-time high of just over $4,300, hit in May, Ether is 55 percent below.
Dogecoin (DOGE) and altcoins
Dogecoin (DOGE), which showed signs of recovery on Wednesday (23), is traded at US$ 0.23 this morning, after rising 8% in the last 24 hours.
Despite making up for a small part of the loss earlier this week — caused by a FUD from China — the dog-meme-based cryptocurrency is still 70% below its historic high of $0.73.
Cardano (ADA), XRP and Binance Coin (BNB) also woke up in the green on this Thursday.
ADA – US$ 1.33 (+6.5%)
XRP – US$ 0.64 (+2%)
BNB – US$ 303 (+5.43%)