Bitcoin clings to stay above $30,000 as Solana leads altcoins in recovery

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Bitcoin has had a slight recovery from last week’s crash to a multi-month low of 28 350 $. Many altcoins charted green candles today, with Solana leading the top ten coins by market cap. Leading a repeat of more than 31 $ This week, Bitcoin lost ground after briefly hovered above 31 000 $ yesterday. The main digital asset had grown from 03 700 dollars last Saturday, climbing to 30 305 dollars early Monday before returning until 29 260 dollars, according to data from CoinMarketCap. The pioneering crypto has since posted a string of minor gains and is now pushing new to 31 03 $. However, climbing above 31 000 $ was not without opposition from the bears. At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading at 30 215 $ – having won about 1,77 % over the last 24 hours. Solana, ADA and BNB are the best performing altcoins Ethereum’s native token, Ether, has also recovered at a similar slow pace. Earlier today, Ether revisited $2100 but gave up the gains shortly after. It has since fallen back into the range of 2 $ to 2 99 $ , where he has spent considerable time over the past few days. In fact, since last Friday, ETH/USD has mostly settled in this range, falling only slightly below and rising above it. Notably, the pair reached $2 145 yesterday, but encountered strong bearish action as the price returned to 2 000 $ in less than eight time. Ether was last seen at 2 057 $. Among the other remaining popular altcoin assets, Solana stands out as one of the biggest gainers, having added almost 6% over the past 26 hours to reach the current symbolic price of 057,58$. The market capitalization of this SPL powered blockchain has also increased and reached 19,$1 billion. During the same period, Binance Coin (BNB) and Cardano (ADA) respectively gained 4.31 % and 3.99%. The first is currently trading at 305,39 $, while the second recovered but only to 0,057$. The post Bitcoin clings to stay above 30 $ as Solana leads altcoins in recovery.

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