Ethereum and cardano fall, shiba inu and dogecoin fall even harder

Bitcoin (BTC) is falling after some negative news and long-term investors took some gains. However, the decline is still marginal. However, many altcoins are already taking a bigger hit and many prices are quite in the red today. The total market cap of all cryptocurrencies is back below $1.1 trillion, dropping 3.5% to $1.07 trillion.

📈Market Overview#BTC price trades below $23K

The Top 10 are traded in red zone: $SOL -11%, $ADA -9.75%, $XRP -6.31%.

Market cap: $1.08T (-4.59%) $BTC dominance: 40.45% (+0.97%)
Fear & Greed Index: 34 (Fear)

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Ethereum is down 3%

Ethereum (ETH) briefly rose above $1,600 yesterday afternoon for the first time since the mid-June crash. However, the resistance there was too great for the time being and when bitcoin started to fall last night, the ether price was also pulled along. ETH briefly found support around $1,550 and $1,525, but also fell through those and currently stands at $1,485. ETH is therefore 3% lower today, the rest, however, is already falling faster.

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TRX, BNB, XRP, MATIC in the minus

Tron (TRX) made a notable bounce back to $0.68 this morning, leaving the price down just 2.5% today. After ETH and TRX, binance coin (BNB) holds the strongest today, but the BNB price has already fallen by 4.7% to $255. Ripple (XRP) currently stands at $0.355 and is down 4.8%. Polygon (MATIC) is down 5%, but is rising towards $0.89 this morning.

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DOT, ADA, SOL, SHIB, DOGE fall harder

Polkadot (DOT) is down 6.4% today and currently stands at $7.3. Cardano (ADA) is down a whopping 7.3% and drops to $0.49. Solana (SOL) is also down 7.3% to reach USD 41.2.

The meme coins take the heaviest blows. Shiba inu (SHIB) is down 9% today, dropping to $0.00001175. Dogecoin (DOGE) is even down 10% today and stands at $0.68 at the time of writing.

Crypto top 100 hardest fallers and risers

The rest of the top 100 also turns red today. The only exceptions are chain (XCN) and monero (XMR) which are both up about 5% today.

In contrast, vechain (VET), synthetix (SNX), algorand (ALGO), chainlink (LINK), celo (CELO), ecash (XEC), hedera (HBAR), tezos (XTZ), chiliz (CHZ), theta fuel ( TFUEL), decentraland (MANA) and filecoin (FIL) are all down about 8% today.

For quant (QNT), helium (HNT), neo (NEO), stepn (GMT), zilliqa (ZIL), nem (XEM), mina (MINA), flow (FLOW) and internet computer (ICP) that is already 9 %. Axie infinity (AXS), basic attention token (BAT), fantom (FTM), loop ring (LRC), elrond (EGLD) and graph (GRT) are down 10% today. Lido (LDO) and waves (WAVES) are the biggest losers and are both nearly 13% down.

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