XRP and Dogecoin dropped 5% of their value in 24 hours to Thursday morning as two days of recovery came to a halt.
At the time of writing (7am), Ripple’s XRP coin was at 98 cents – dropping back through the $1 barrier. After a freefall from its record $1.91, set a few weeks ago, it had recovered to $1.03 yesterday morning.
Dogecoin (DOGE), the coin created as a crypto parody and based on a meme – and backed for great things by Tesla CEO Elon Musk – fell to 34c and is 8% down compared with a week ago.
Ethereum (ETH) dropped 2.5% to around $2,739 but is 3% up on seven days ago.
Bitcoin (BTC) was down 2.5% to just above $38,200. It is down 5% in a week.
Litecoin’s (LTC) dropped a similar amount to $186. The altcoin – billed as a lighter and faster version of Bitcoin – is 8% below its value a week ago, but shed a lot of its value before last Thursday.
The biggest falls in the last 24 hours were by Terra (LUNA) and Polygon (MATIC), both down 15% to $6.60 and $1.99 respectively.
Enjin Coin (ENJ) bucked the trend with a 44% rise to $1.93 with Livepeer (LPT), up 18%, and Chiliz (CHZ), up 16%, also performing well.
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