The cryptocurrency market was kind to most top coins as the collective market reported a rise in prices on 30 March. While major cryptocurrencies registered minor upward price movements, Basic Attention Token [BAT] and Tezos recorded considerable growth over the week. On 30 March, both coins were blessed by the bulls and saw considerable surge in prices.
Basic Attention Token [BAT]
At press time, BAT was surging by 4.22% within an hour. The token was valued at $0.2777, with a market cap of $346 million. It recorded a 24-hour trading volume of $58 million, while noting a growth of 6.54% over the past day and a massive 38.96% rise in price over the past week.
The hike was attributed to the clarity provided by Brave CFO Holli Bohren on the future of the coin and the various projects associated with Brave. Since the AMA by Bohren, investor sentiment has consistently risen, with the token pumping over the past few days. However, a market correction could soon ensue.
The token was highly traded on Binance exchange, with a trading volume of $21 million via the BAT/BTC pair. Binance was followed by IDCM as it registered a volume of $5 million via the BAT/BTC pair. The third place was taken by Coinbase Pro and the volume registered by the exchange was $4 million via the BAT/USDC pair.
At press time, XTZ hiked by 15.77% over the past day. The cryptocurrency was valued at $0.9217, with a market cap of $611 million. It reported a 24-hour trading volume of $8 million, while noting a 22.33% rise in its price over the past week. XTZ was reporting a 3.15% rise over the hour, at press time. This rise was on the back of Coinbase offering support to the cryptocurrency, which was big news for XTZ hodlers.
Tezos was highly traded on Gate.io, with a volume of $1.55 million via the XTZ/USDT pair. It was traded highly via the XTZ/BTC pair on BitMax exchange, which registered a volume of $1.30 million. The third place was taken by Kraken as it registered a trading volume of $865,000 via the XTZ/BTC pair.
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