At 11:00 GMT+2 on Thursday, the pioneer cryptocurrency Bitcoin crossed the $2,400 line by appreciating 10.22 percent and recording a market price of $2,419. The aftermath of last weekend’s panic has seen the price going up and down like a pendulum.
For almost four months now, Chinese exchanges have suspended Bitcoin and Litecoin withdrawals.
This was supposed to last for just a month when the directive came from the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) in February.
Moreover, the top 10 on CoinMarketCap is green with the only exception of Stratis, with the Blockchain application going down 9.14 percent. Ripple seems to be making amends with a grand 39.45 percent hike, being the biggest achiever at the elite altcoins club for the day.
New Economic Movement (NEM) is not dim-witty either by attaining 20.93 percent. Dash is not relaxing after losing some points and it is up to an admirable 18.17 percentage score.
Moreso, Monero and Litecoin appreciated more than 11 percent.
Bytecoin brightens the bottom of the top 10 with a 10.97 percent growth rate.
It is amiable to see Ethereum and his younger brother, Ethereum Classic managing the least gains of the day. They went up modest 1.78 and 0.07 percent respectively.
A bountiful weekend ahead?
There are talks about back to the winning ways in the community. For instance, there is a lot of optimism on various platforms especially Bitcoin Powpow.
Are we heading for a weekend of bounty harvest with prices going up and cryptos bloating their market capitalization? Friday will tell if the current gains are sustained and improved upon.
For now, the news is refreshing and just the opposite of what we went through last week. Let us hope the industry will end the week on a very good note.
This article was originally published on: CoinTelegraph on