Over the weekend of September 30, the cryptocurrency market remained positive, indicating continued investor confidence. Despite inflation remaining above the Fed’s target range, recent data showed a cooling trend in the previous month. Notably, Bitcoin and Ethereum experienced significant gains following recent news.
Bitcoin’s price on Saturday, September 30, was $26,939.08, showing a 0.11% decline since the previous day. Its volume decreased by 33% to $9.40 billion in the last 24 hours, while its market cap fell 0.11% to $525.28 billion. On the other hand, Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, witnessed a 1.04% increase to $1,670.85, with a 19.86% drop in 24-hour volume to $5.14 billion. XRP also saw a 1.59% price rise to $0.5179, and its market cap surged 1.59% to $27.61 billion.
Meme coins, known for their volatility, experienced fluctuations as well. Dogecoin’s price rose 0.56% to $0.06188, with a market cap increase of 0.58% to $8.73 billion. Conversely, the Shiba Inu price fell nearly 0.14% to $0.000007317. The overall crypto market cap remained at $1.07 trillion, with a 0.19% increase in the past day, while the market volume reached $42.24 billion, up 38.84% in the last 24 hours.
Pepe Coin showed positive momentum, with a 1.98% price increase to $0.0000007855 and a one-day volume rise of 75.46% to $116.06 million. Gala Crypto soared 5.92% to $0.0144, with a volume surge of 140% to $93.8 million. Sui (SUI) jumped 4.17% to $0.4715, with a volume increase of around 293% to $169.36 million. However, Maker (MKR) experienced a 5.33% slump to $1,464, with a one-day volume decrease of 4.51% to $106.29 million.
The cryptocurrency market remains dynamic, with price fluctuations and shifting volumes. Traders and investors closely monitor these changes to seize opportunities in this fast-paced space.