In the plus presents itself at 09:40 Bitcoin. Bitcoin is currently trading 0.43 percent higher at $19,841.17. The day before, the price was still 19,756.28 US dollars.

    Meanwhile, the Bitcoin Cash price has risen by 1.02 percent to $120.70. The day before, Bitcoin Cash was worth $119.48.

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    However, the Ethereum course is going down. Ethereum is down -0.04 percent to $1,430.51 after $1,431.11 was on the board yesterday.

    Meanwhile, Litecoin is showing a plus. Compared to the previous day ($55.78), it is up 0.73 percent to $56.19.

    Meanwhile, the Ripple course is going down. Ripple is down -2.19 percent to $0.3488 after $0.3566 was on the board yesterday.

    Meanwhile, Cardano price is up 0.59 percent to $0.4762. The day before, Cardano was trading at $0.4734.

    Meanwhile, the Monero price strengthened by 0.50 percent to $ 150.02. The day before, Monero was trading at $149.27.

    In addition, IOTA is moving sideways. At 9:40 a.m., the rate was set at $0.2645. The day before, the IOTA rate was 0.2621 US dollars.

    At the same time, the Verge course is hardly moving. After $0.0032 the previous day, Verge is trending at $0.0032 at 09:40.

    Meanwhile, the Stellar price is barely moving. At 09:40, $0.1060 is reported, which is the same as the previous day’s rate.

    In the meantime, NEM hardly moves. On Saturday morning, the NEM rate was $0.0422, the previous day’s value was $0.0421.

    In addition, the Dash course is on the upswing. As of 9:40 a.m., Dash is up 0.53 percent to $43.93, down from $43.70 the day before.

    Meanwhile, the NEO course is trading at $8.949. Compared to the previous day ($8.998), this is a loss of -0.55 percent.

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