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Ripple leads declines as largest cryptocurrencies start mixed

Ripple leads declines as largest cryptocurrencies start mixed
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The largest cryptocurrency was mixed during morning trading on Wednesday, with Litecoin LTCUSD
It saw the biggest move, rising 2.85% to $150.11.

It led declines by 1.79% to 84 cents.

Three other cryptocurrencies saw increases on Wednesday. Polkadot DOTUSD
It rose 2.11% to $28.57, and BTCUSD increased
It jumped 0.54% to $47,844.98.

Uniswap UNIUSDAnd
Which saw the smallest increase, rose 0.10% to $18.31.

In addition to Ripple, four other currencies recorded a decline. Dogecoin DOGEUSD
It fell 1.16% to 17 cents, Cardano ADAUSD
It fell 1.06% to $1.39.

Bitcoin Cash BCHUSD
and Ethereum ETHUSD
It also recorded declines, dropping 0.68% to $439.22 and 0.64% to $3783.28, respectively.

In company news related to cryptocurrency, Coinbase Global Inc. COIN
It fell 1.68% to $256.95, while MicroStrategy Inc.
It fell 1.74% to $558.07. Blockchain Inc. Riot Control.
Shares of Marathon Digital Holdings Inc. Marathon Digital Holdings Inc. fell 4.44% to $22.60
It fell 3.17% to $34.03.

Overstock.com OSTK
It fell 3.31% to $58.13, while Block Inc. SQ
It fell 2.21% to $160.06 and Tesla Inc. stock fell. TSLA
It sank 0.96% to $1,078.06.

PayPal Holdings Inc. PYPL
It was slightly down 0.55% to $189.05, and Ebang International Holdings Inc. Cl A EBON
Shares fell 1.40% to $1.06. NVIDIA Corp. NVDA
It fell 1.86% to $297.57, and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. AMD
It fell 0.55% to $150.15.

In the box space, Bitwise Crypto Industry Innovators ETF BITQAnd
Focusing on pure crypto companies, it fell 1.87% to $21.53. Amplifying Transformative Data Sharing Blockchain Focused ETF BLOK
It fell 2.51% to $40.42. Grayscale Bitcoin Trust GBTCAnd
Which tracks the bitcoin market price, down 0.50% to $36.14.

Editor’s Note: This story, which tracks nine of the top cryptocurrencies and excludes stablecoins, was automatically generated by Automated Insights, an automation technology provider, using data from Dow Jones, FactSet, and Kraken. See our market data terms of use.


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