Bitcoin has gained today and its trade opening is up by 2.24 percent

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  • Dogecoin is down 2.53 percent

  • Binance Coin, Ripple, Polkadot Have Gained

  • There has also been a slight decline in the Shiba Inu today, which is around 1 percent

There was volatility in the crypto market today, with the tokens appearing in green and red in the price chart.

While the prices of many popular tokens fell, many also benefited.

Bitcoin has gained today and its trade opening was up by 2.24 percent.

Currently, the price of bitcoin is running at $41,912 (about Rs 32 lakh) on the Indian exchange Coinswitch Kuber.

Bitcoin has made similar gains on global exchanges as well.

Platforms like CoinMarketCap and Coinbase saw a 2.65 percent increase in its price and the token's trading value reached $39,508 (approximately Rs 30 lakh). 

There has also been an increase in the price of Ether today, but this increase was slightly less than that of Bitcoin.

The world's second largest cryptocurrency gained 1.86 percent today and reached $3,080 (approximately Rs 2.35 lakh) as per the Gadgets 360 cryptoprice tracker.

The token has benefited at the global level as well.

Ether gained 1.86 percent on Binance and was valued at $2,900 (approximately Rs 2 lakh). 

Talking about other altcoins, Binance Coin, Ripple, Polkadot have benefited.

At the same time, stable coins like Tether, USD Coin and Binance USD have suffered minor losses today. 

Thursday was not a good day for Dogecoin and the meme cryptocurrency recorded a drop of 2.53 percent.

Recently, when Elon Musk announced the purchase of Twitter, there was a big jump in Dodgecoin.

There has also been a slight decline in Shiba Inu today, which is around 1.5 percent. 

Experts believe that despite the ongoing volatility, the crypto market is expected to maintain steady growth.

The research team at CoinDCX told Gadgets 360 that the ever-increasing news of cryptocurrency regulation from around the world is proof that the future is going to be brighter as the crypto industry gets bigger. 

The Central African Republic has recently adopted bitcoin as a legal tender.

Countries like Cuba have started the process of licensing for crypto service providers.