Crypto Market Daily Highlights – Solana and The Sandbox Lead the Way
- It was a bullish start to the week for the crypto top ten, with Solana (SOL) and Ethereum (ETH) leading the way.
- Following the 3AC bankruptcy filing, news of more platforms freezing withdrawals failed to spook investors.
- The total crypto market cap rose by $37 billion to reverse losses from the start of the month.
While trailing the front runners, Dogecoin extended its winning streak to four consecutive sessions.
At the time of writing, the NASDAQ 100 Mini was up 82 points, with a pickup in risk appetite likely to support the crypto market.
The Total Crypto Market Cap Rises for a Third Session
The bullish session saw the total crypto market cap inch back towards the $900 billion mark on Monday.
A bearish start to the day saw the market cap fall to a low of $837.4 billion before jumping to a high of $893.9 billion.
By day end, the market cap increased by $37.23 billion to $888 billion.
Significantly, the Monday gain pulled the total market cap into positive territory for July.
However, it is also worth considering that the market has not enjoyed more than a three-day winning streak since March,
The Crypto Market Movers and Shakers from the Top Ten and Beyond
However, NEM (XEM) fell by 2.7% to lead the way down. XEM joined a handful of cryptos to buck the broader market trend
Total Crypto Liquidations to Test the Current Market Upswing
24-hour liquidations picked up going into Tuesday, which could test investor resilience after the US holidays.
This morning, 24-hour liquidations stood at $147 million, up from $80.74 million on Monday and $58.2 million on Sunday.
Liquidated traders over the last 24 hours increased. At the time of writing, liquidated traders stood at 41,573 versus 25,320 on Monday morning.
One-hour liquidation figures also suggested a possible crypto market pullback at the turn of the day.
According to Coinglass, one-hour liquidations stood at $12.79 million versus $0.920 million on Monday.
Daily News Highlights
- DappRadar and LayerZero launched the first cross-chain token staking mechanism.
- FTX and BlockFi agreed on a deal with an FTX option to buy BlockFi for $240 million.
- Meta shelved crypto wallet project Novi.
- Hacker offered to sell over 23 terabytes (TB) of personal data for 10 BTC, highlighting the use of crypto for criminal activity.
- Bankless Times revealed US romance scams as the second most common crypto scam.
- Another crypto lender succumbs to the crypto winter. Vauld suspended withdrawals, trading, and deposits due to market conditions.