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After a slight decline in Bitcoin, there was a correction again! Ether, Cardano continue to rise steadily

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Bitcoin has seen a jump for almost the entire week, causing its price to go up by 25 percent. But on Friday, October 8, it came down from a slight decline of 2.84 percent. After crossing the $56,000 mark on Thursday, the world’s largest cryptocurrency was trading at Rs 41,67,663 (about $55,500) on Friday. This sharp jump of bitcoin was moving rapidly towards its all-time high price of $ 65,000, but suddenly on Friday, it suddenly broke. However, the overall value of this cryptocurrency has continued to grow steadily.

The fall in the price of bitcoin has had a mixed effect on the prices of other cryptocurrencies. There has been some change in the price of cryptocurrencies in the last 24 hours. According to the cryptocurrency price tracker of Gadgets360, the price of Ether is constantly going up. The world’s second-largest cryptocurrency gained a modest 0.66 percent on Friday. After this it was trading at Rs 2,77,246 (about $3,715). For the fourth day in a row, this cryptocurrency linked to the Ethereum blockchain showed a green color.

Cryptocurrencies based on the meme, such as Dogecoin and SHIB, both fell in price. Dodgecoin started the week with gains. But on Friday, its price saw a slight fall of 1.19 percent. After that, the price of Dodgecoin is running at Rs 18.89 (about $ 0.24) on Friday. At the same time, the price of its rival Shiba Inu increased by more than 40 percent in an interesting way on Thursday. It was also supported by a post by Elon Musk who posted a photo of his pet dog Floki on Twitter. On Friday, the price of Shiba Inu fell by 26.46 percent.

Meanwhile, Polkadot started the day with a rise of 5.85 percent, which was the biggest gainer among the popular altcoins. On the other hand, Cardano also made a strong start with a gain of 2.17 percent. On the other hand Ripple, Tether and Litecoin all saw declines.

Friday’s downturn for bitcoin could be short-lived as Switzerland posted a slew of good news for it on Thursday. The Swiss National Railway Firm (SSB) has now decided to allow customers to buy bitcoin on its railway ticket machines. This is a feature that was initially limited to 1,000 ticket machines but is now rolling out with a bigger rollout.



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