Cryptocurrencies markets have been volatile and very indecisive over the last 48-hours as the entire digital asset economy lost billions in value since US regulators postponed their decision concerning the Cboe/Vaneck BTC-based exchange-traded fund (ETF) last week. This Saturday, August 11, during the afternoon’s digital currency trading sessions (EDT), cryptocurrency trade volumes and price values are seeing some slight recovery.

Also Read: Wormhole Mainnet and Developers’ Guide Launched At the moment a vast number of digital assets have rebounded back a hair after being smashed down by bearish forces over the last two days. At the time of writing the entire cryptocurrency economy is valued at $219B and there’s been $13.5B worth of digital assets traded over the last day.

The top cryptocurrency market capitalizations are seeing some recovery after dropping very low during the early morning trading sessions. For instance, bitcoin core dipped to a low of $6,062 this morning, but around 1 pm EDT BTC/USD market valued pumped back up to a high of $6,494 per coin.

However, most coins besides BTC have lost significantly more and BTC’s market dominance among all 1,600+ capitalizations has crossed the 50 percent region. At the time of publication, the price of bitcoin core (BTC) per coin is roughly $6,390 on Bitstamp.

The currency’s market valuation is $110B and there’s been $4.6B traded over the last 24-hours. The top trading platforms swapping the most BTC today includes Bitflyer, Okex, Binance, Bitfinex, and Fcoin. The biggest pair traded with BTC on August 11 is tether (USDT) which is capturing 54 percent of trades. Read more from news.bitcoin.com…

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