Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin Price Today, September 9: BTC, ETH Price Rises

Major cryptocurrencies showed a positive trend on September 9 midday Friday, with the global cryptocurrency market capitalization rising 4.5% to $1068.33 billion in the past 24 hours. The total crypto market volume is 83.49 billion in the last 24 hours.

The price of Bitcoin is at Rs 1,621,149 while Ethereum is currently at Rs 135,110. Fluctuating cryptocurrency prices will help you know trends, prices and growth changes.

So here are the prices of the main cryptocurrencies that you should consider before taking your next step. Read also | Bitcoin is on the verge of escaping the narrowest trading range in two years

Prices of major cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrency Price Change (1 hour) Change (24 hours) Change (7 days) 24 hour volume Market capitalization

Bitcoin (BTC)


1.6% 5.1% 0.7% Rs.2,557,368,942,715 Rs. 31,037,443,107,898

Ethereum (ETH)


1.6% 3.3% 6.7% Rs.1,470,126,852,255 Rs. 16,291,119,585,445

Tether (USDT)

Rs. 79.63

0.5% -0.2% -0.2% Rs. 3,513,701,462,010 Rs.5,381,776,837,069

USD coin (USDC)

Rs. 79.66

0.5% -0.2% -0.3% Rs.493,914,921,740 Rs.4,115,764,766,313



1.8% 3.2% 3.5% Rs.69,038,518,062 Rs. 3,762,022,325,189

Binance (BUSD)

Rs. 79.78

0.3% 0 percent 0 percent Rs.842,222,265,833 Rs.1,588,459,988,169

Rs. 27.79

1.2% 4.1% 4.4% Rs.87,231,038,677 Rs.1,381,159,071,218

Gimbal (ADA)

Rs. 39.19

1.4% 3.1% 7.3% Rs.49,965,139,164 Rs.1,328,777,987,129
Solana (SOL)


1.1% 7.4 percent 10.8%



Who are the top winners and top losers of the past 24 hours?

Deese was the biggest gainer overall, while Solana and Cardano were the top gainers among big name cryptocurrencies. On the other hand, USD coin (USDC) and Tether (USDT) were the biggest losers in the top 10 cryptocurrencies list. The Arbitrage token and Luckdao are also the main losers with a loss of more than 90% and 70% in 24 hours.

The price of Bitcoin has crossed the 1.6 million rupees mark and now has a market capitalization of 31.04 trillion rupees, according to the CoinGecko report.

What is causing a drastic change in the crypto market?

The price of cryptocurrency is set by the laws of demand.

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