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Bitcoin News Today (3/3): Slightly rising, the market continues to struggle | Money Blog

Price Bitcoin seems to be trapped in a vicious cycle with a short range of motion when a strong growth engine has not yet been found.

Bitcoin price movement over the past 24 hours

Today's bitcoin exchange rate (March 3) recorded at 10:05 at $ 8,866, up 2.91% from the previous 24 hours. Bitcoin's market capitalization increased to US $ 160.97 billion, with Bitcoin's market dominance (market share) at 63.8% – according to the BTA's bitcoin exchange rate (

Bitcoin exchange rate

Today, many green markets have emerged, with 88/100 cryptocurrencies rising over the past 24 hours.

Overview of the cryptocurrency market

In the top 10, 9/10 digital currencies have risen from 2-7% over the past 24 hours.

Top 10 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization

The total market capitalization of the digital currency recorded at 10:05 at 252.69 billion USD, an increase of 6 billion USD compared to the past 24 hours.

Total market capitalization of cryptocurrencies

24-hour trading volume increased sharply to US $ 187.14 billion, an increase of US $ 59 billion compared to March 2.

The Russian central bank accepts the Atomyze coin

Russia is still an unusual country when it comes to digital currencies. After Atomyze launches, the situation may change in a short time.

Everyone was surprised when Vladimir Potanin introduced his vision of Atomyze.

Atomyze is a digital currency for metals recently approved by the Russian central bank. Through this new platform, the goal is to increase transaction speed and reduce the amount of paper related to metal trading.

The approval of this currency by the Russian central bank comes as a surprise when the government is opposed to bitcoin.

Atomyze will operate in regions such as Switzerland and the US, but the platform will still restrict access at the company level instead of the individual. If all goes well, the platform will be available by the end of 2020. And at that time, maybe new laws for digital currency will be launched in this country.

Wilshire Phoenix responded to the SEC for rejecting the Bitcoin ETF

Wilshire Phoenix, a fund management company in the US, has just responded to the US Securities and Exchange Commission SEC about denying trading funds on the bitcoin ETF.

The company claims to be very disappointed in the SEC, affirming that it has devoted much effort to meeting the SEC's expectations:

We have done our best to get the SEC's attention on this important issue, including assessing the impact on SEC employees, making key data, and being ready to provide information. In addition to listing regulated bitcoin ETFs is essential in the US. Unfortunately, the above command shows that all this effort did not get the full attention of the SEC.

Before that, Wilshire Phoenix filed with the SEC in January 2019 and was rejected by the SEC on February 26 after 13 months of trying to meet SEC requirements.

The reason given by SEC is to control the market and concerns about investor protection.

Australian judges say digital money is a legal means of investment

In a case in New South Wales, judge Judith Gobson authorized the use of digital money as collateral.

This is considered an investment, he talked about digital money, and also about its volatility, according to the Australian Associated Press.

In the case, the court ruled the company had to guarantee 20,000 AUD, about US $ 13,000 in the account managed by the court. If the company withdraws or loses the case, the fund will be used to pay court costs.

Instead of a bank account, the court allowed the use of digital money accounts on the exchange.

And with cryptocurrency being volatility, the court is required to report the monthly value balance of this digital money account.

Although the use of digital currencies as collateral is not the most convincing application, it shows that the industry value is increasing from the perspective of the authorities in the world.

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