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Bitcoin Holds Support Level; While BOME, UNI and RSS3 Making Gains


(14 June 2024, 10:59 AM IST):

As we head into the morning of Friday, the cryptocurrency market is showing a mixed bag of sentiments. Bitcoin (BTC), the leading cryptocurrency, is experiencing some volatility. Over the past 48 hours, its price has dropped from $70,000 to $67,000. However, Bitcoin has found a crucial support level at $66,200, which might help it rebound and potentially cross the $71,000 mark.


Despite the bearish sentiment around Bitcoin, several other cryptocurrencies are enjoying significant gains. Notably, Book of Meme (BOME), Uniswap (UNI), and RSS3 (RSS3) are all on an upward trajectory.

Bitcoin (BTC) Overview

Currently, Bitcoin is trading at $66,770, down by 1.12% in the last 24 hours, with a market capitalization of $1.32 trillion. Ethereum (ETH), another major cryptocurrency, is also experiencing a slight dip. It is down by 0.03% to $3,503, with a market cap of $421 billion.

Top Crypto Gainers Today:

Source: CoinMarketCap

1. Book of Meme (BOME)

Book of Meme (BOME), a popular memecoin, has made a notable comeback. Over the last 24 hours, its price has surged by 9.63%, reaching $0.01067. The market capitalization of BOME now stands at approximately $730 million, reflecting renewed investor interest.


2.Uniswap (UNI)

Uniswap (UNI), the leading decentralized exchange (DEX) token, is also making headlines. Its price has increased by 7.14% to $10.62. Uniswap’s market cap is currently $6.37 billion, indicating strong performance and confidence in the DEX sector.

3. RSS3 (RSS3)

RSS3 (RSS3), an AI-focused token, has seen a price jump of 6.99% over the last 24 hours, reaching $0.3254. The market capitalization of RSS3 now stands at $320 million, showcasing growing interest in AI and blockchain integration.

In summary, while Bitcoin navigates its current volatility and tries to hold its support level, other cryptocurrencies like BOME, UNI, and RSS3 are enjoying impressive gains.

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