Bitcoin lost value by over 20 percent in these last two days. The cryptocurrency is currently trading at $59,817 (roughly Rs. 44.6 lakh) with a gain of 1.24 percent on Indian exchange CoinSwitch. On International exchange CoinMarketCap, the first cryptocurrency is valued at $58,000 (roughly Rs. 43 lakh). This current Bitcoin situation is in stark contrast to what it was a few days ago when the token was riding around its all-time high of $68,327.99 (roughly Rs. 50.5 lakh). The crypto market crashed earlier this week after India’s proposal to ban “private cryptocurrencies” was listed as a parliament agenda.
has managed to break free from the negative market spell sooner than , With a gain of 3.85 percent, Ether entered into Friday, November 26 trading at $4,573 (roughly Rs. 3.4 lakh), according to the Gadgets 360 , Earlier this month, Ether had also created a new all-time high of trading at $4,811 (roughly Rs. 3.5 lakh).
The green color dominating the crypto price chart today indicated that the majority of popular cryptocurrencies including, , , and registered ups in their trading values.
On the other hand, some tokens like, , and recorded marginal dips.
India is gearing up to bring the crypto topic on the parliamentary table in the coming days. For now, the country is considering the ban of all “” without elaborating on the definition of the term.
Also, the risks that cryptocurrencies are prone to have become a topic of contention among enthusiasts. Recently after thewarned people against rising crypto scams, the Shiba Inu team notified investors about a making the rounds on ,
Tesla CEOalso seconded an idea on that pushes investors to hold their crypto assets in private wallets rather than keeping their custody with centralized exchanges like and ,
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