The decline in digital currency markets that the community has experienced on Tuesday, has shown some recoveries among the most popular cryptocurrencies yesterday.
Bitcoin has gone up by almost 0.2% at a price of 6,157 US dollars within the period of 24 hours. Robert Shiller, a Nobel prize winner in the field of economics has claimed that Bitcoin is merely a social movement, running along with the lines of generations and geography. Upon discussing the 87 percent decrease that Bitcoin has experienced back in November 2013 and, more generally, its ever-present infamous fluctuations, the Nobel laureate has noted with a bit of sarcasm that tulips are still valued, and there are still some costly ones.
Ethereum has also grown in price by a little, currently trading at around 439 US dollars, increasing by the percentage of 0.36% within 24 hours.
TRON, with its launch of Mainnet and subsequent migration is currently priced of 0.038 US dollars, going up by 0.28% within 24 hours.
The biggest gains experienced by EOS and IOTA, trading at 6.08 and 4.34 percent higher within 24 hours, with other top digital currencies receiving only mild recoveries.
Current global market capitalization is approximately 249 billion US dollars, growing from 235 billion US dollars as this week’s lowest position.