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💸 While you were sleeping: Crypto market roundup on July 1

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Bitcoin started Thursday (July 1st) with a downward trend, trading at $34,286 at 08:30 GMT. At one point on Tuesday, the digital coin reached $35,334.

Ethereum, the second largest cap cryptocurrency, also started the day with a slight drop, trading at $2,204 at 09:30 GMT.

Almost all digital coins in CoinMarketCap’s Top 10 by market capitalization, except for stablecoins Tether and USD Coin, have been going up for the past day and week, with Ethereum topping the list (+15.42%). Dogecoin (+7%) also registered active growth.

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