Bitcoin is the most widely traded cryptocurrency in the world, accounting for a significant portion of the cryptocurrency market. It was the world’s first digital coin and is still the most well-known and extensively used cryptocurrency today.
Over the previous 24 hours, the global cryptocurrency market value has dropped 2.83 percent to $1.75 trillion, while trading volumes have dropped 29.55 percent to $68.18 billion.
Bitcoin Price Is Rising Irrespective Of The War
The entire volume in the decentralized finance (DeFi) area was $11.02 billion in the past 24 hours, accounting for about 16.16 percent of the 24-hour bitcoin trading volume. Stablecoins accounted for $53.41 billion in total volume or 78.34 percent of the 24-hour cryptocurrency trading volume.
On the morning of February 27, Bitcoin’s market domination increased by 0.13 percent to 41.89 percent, and the currency was trading at $38,561.99. Since the beginning of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, cryptocurrency donations to the Ukrainian government and NGOs have surpassed $10 million, including $1.86 million from a single NFT (non-fungible token) collection.
Bitcoin dropped from $39,000 to $34,000, but assurances from the US and other countries that they will only apply severe sanctions and not go to war with Russia drove the commodity upward.
BTC restored all of its lost value the next day, and even tried greater advances, challenging $40,000 yesterday, but to no effect. Following the rejection, it dropped to roughly $38,000.
Bitcoin, on the other hand, has come back and is presently trading at over $39,000. As a result, the company’s market capitalization is approaching $750 billion.