News of bitcoin price today (April 11): | Money Blog

A week has passed again and there has not been any significant positive movement created on the cryptocurrency market in general and Bitcoin in particular.

Over the past few days, although the bulls have made an effort to push the price of bitcoin to $ 7,400, it still could not break the small resistance at $ 7,500 and other cryptocurrencies in general continue to weaken.

In the past 24 hours, the price of bitcoin was the lowest at $ 6,752 and the highest was $ 7,282.

Bitcoin price today (April 11) recorded at 9h05 at $ 6,929, down 4.88% from the previous 24 hours.

The market capitalization of bitcoin increased to 126.39 billion USD, the market dominance rate (market share) of bitcoin increased to 64.1% - according to BTA's bitcoin exchange rate.

The red is dyed all over the market, with 97 of the top 100 coins by market value falling compared to the previous 24 hours.

The strongest drop in the last 24 hours was Zcoin with 11.48%. On the upside, Golem is the strongest currency rising, at 5.63%.

In the top 10, there are 9/10 coins discount in the last 24 hours.

The total market capitalization of the digital currency recorded at 9:05 at $ 197 billion, down $ 13 billion from the previous 24 hours.

The market's 24-hour trading volume increased slightly to US $ 151.30 billion, $ 14 billion lower than April 10.

Ripple integration brings instant payments to Thailand

Azimo digital money transfer service has just partnered with Siam Commercial Bank (SCB), the oldest bank in Thailand.

This partnership brings instant cross-border payment service from Europe to Thailand through Ripple's global payment system, RippleNet.

As announced on April 9, this solution addresses the challenge of expensive and unreliable global payments. These organizations said that through this platform, the transfer of money from Europe to Thailand takes less than 1 minute to complete. Before this, it will take more than 1 business day to complete.

Ledger extends the payment method in partnership with Crypto.com

Leading hardware wallet manufacturer, Ledger, has just allowed customers to pay online via Crypto.com wallet.

As announced on April 9, the company allows payments by Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin and Crypto.com Coin through the Crypto.com application.

This is not the first time Ledger has allowed customers to pay in digital currencies. They have accepted Bitcoin, Bitcoin cash, Ehtereum and Ripple payments through the digital payment processing center Bitpay.

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