The cryptocurrency market has been experiencing wild waves of volatility wherein the top-10 coins are currently swamped in red mud. As of now, Tron [TRX], Litecoin [LTC], and EOS are facing the consequence of the bear’s visit. Here, TRX is down by 5.53% while LTC and EOS have slumped by 4.5% and 6.6%, respectively.
At the time of writing, the cryptocurrency was trading at a low price of $0.0188, with a market cap of $1.25 billion. The total trade volume in the past 24 hours was recorded at $104.8 million.
At the beginning of the 24-hour cycle, the TRX token was trading at $0.02 where its market cap was calculated at $1.33 billion. The first upturn taken by the coin was when it reached $0.0202, which was also the highest point of the day for Tron.
However, within the span of about an hour, the cryptocurrency lost its momentum from $0.0199 all the way down to $0.0186. This was not the lowest for the token. Tron went further down to trade at $0.0181, with the market cap equivalent to $1.2 billion.
As of the eighth-largest cryptocurrency in the world, Litecoin, the trading price was bullish at the beginning of the day, i.e., $30.3 with a market cap of $1.81 billion. This was also the peak of the day for the token. Post this, Litecoin kept sliding down as the day passed by.
At press time, the trading price of Litecoin was recorded at $28.8, with a market cap equivalent to $1.72 billion. The 24-hour trade volume is $420 million. The lowest price of the day for the token was $28, where its market cap reached $1.6 billion.
In the case of EOS, the coin is currently trading at a depreciated price of $2.35, with a market cap of $2.13 billion. Here, the total trade volume of EOS was recorded at $730.8 million.
Following a similar pattern as Tron, the coin was first trading at a high price of $2.54, where its market cap was observed at $2.29 billion. Post this, EOS took an upturn to trade at the highest trading price of $2.56 but soon start slipping off the slope. The lowest EOS traded at today was at the price of $2.3, with a market cap of $2 billion.