Cryptocurrency news today June 10: The top cryptocurrencies appeared to have rebounded after correcting nearly 20 percent in the past two days. The correction was led by crypto giant Bitcoin, which had gained almost 10 percent in early trading on Thursday morning. Most of the top coins, with the exception of Bitcoin and Polka Dot, traded with marginal gains on June 10, 2021, according to CoinSwitch and Wazirx data. Ethereum, Tether, Matice, Dogecoin and Shiba Inu all traded at low profits, while Bitcoin and Polka Dot put on an outstanding show in the evening with almost 10 and 13 percent profits respectively.
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Cryptocurrency prices today June 10th
Bitcoin INR Price Today Jun 10: Rs 28.72.534, up 9.78%
Ethereum INR Price Today Jun 10: Rs 1.97,117, up 3.46%
Tether INR Price Today Jun 10: Rs 77.0736%, minus 0.1%
Polka Dot INR Price today June 10: Rs 1851.62, up 12.51%
Matice INR price today June 10: Rs 110, plus 0.53%
Two very popular meme coins – Dogecoin and Shiba Inu – had a mixed trading session. Dogecoin cryptocurrency traded at Rs 25.6900, up 3.58% and Shiba Inu at RS 0.000546, down 0.19%.
Meanwhile, several major messages guided the movement of these coins, but two big factors contributed most to their performance, the seizure of millions of cryptocurrency ransom by the U.S. Department of Justice and the introduction of Bitcoin as legal tender by the Central American country of El Salvador.
In the first incident that cracked down on hackers who launched the most groundbreaking US cyberattack, according to Reuters, the US Department of Justice on Monday reclaimed around $ 2.3 million in cryptocurrency ransom from Colonial Pipeline Co. Up to 63.7 bitcoins worth approximately $ 2.3 million, paid for by Colonial (COLPI.UL), have been seized in the US
In completely contrary news to cryptocurrencies, El Salvador announced that it would make Bitcoin legal tender. It should be noted that the Central American country does not have its own currency.
In India, meanwhile, there is still uncertainty, as the RBI is in principle with its circular of 2018, which was rejected by the Supreme Court in 2020.