Cryptocurrencies improve after August decline, bitcoin at monthly peak

Posted 04 September, 2018

Prices for digital coins mainly get stronger on Tuesday.

Bitcoin on the Bitfinex hiked to $7.379, followed by Ethereum that changed hands on this platform at $288 posting slight weakening after hitting $290. At the same time, Ripple quotes decreased to 0.33785 in the course of the day following the rise to $0.33940. Litecoin was priced at $68.350.

In general, this segment improved now. The market capitalization reached $239 billion against the Monday level of $235 billion.

Cryptos collapsed in August with the market falling to $191 billion, the bottom since last November. The observed situation was partly related to the fact that the US SEC had decided to delay consideration of bitcoin-ETF applications.

In addition, Beijing keeps limiting cryptos in the country, though stands for development and expansion of blockchain technologies. According to the available data, China spent $3.6 billion on the blockchain.

It is also worth mentioning that  Deutsche Börse headquartered in Frankfurt announced new division that will be focused on cryptos and blockchain. 

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