The cryptocurrency market cap saw a net inflow of around $40 billion over the last 24 hours and currently stands at $1.09 trillion — up 4.22% from $1.05 trillion.
Over the reporting period, Bitcoin and Ethereum’s market cap increased by 3.17% and 5.69% to $459.17 billion and $204.59 billion, respectively.
The top 10 crypto assets posted gains over the reporting period — Polygon and BNB recorded the highest increases of 13.06% and 7.07%, respectively. Other assets like Ethereum, Solana, Polkadot, and Cardano posted gains higher than 5%.
Over the last 24 hours, the market cap of Tether (USDT) marginally rose to $67.82 billion, while that of USD Coin (USDC) fell to $42.30 billion. On the other hand, the market cap of BinanceUSD (BUSD) remains unchanged at $16.10 billion.
Over the last 24 hours, Bitcoin gained 3.25% to trade at $23,833 as of 07:00 ET. Its market dominance fell to 42.1% from 42.5%.
After the Feds hiked interest rates by 25 basis points, bullish sentiments took over the market, and Bitcoin traded above the $24,000 level for the first time since August 2022 before retracing to its current level.
Ethereum grew 5.73% over the last 24 hours to trade at $1,671 as of 07:00 ET. Its market dominance rose to 18.7% from 18.5%.
Like BTC, ETH posted a substantial green candle that took its value near $1700 over the reporting period — peaking at $1689. During the early trading hours of Feb. 2, the asset mostly traded above the $1650 level.
Top 5 Gainers
SYN is the day’s biggest gainer, rising 43.37% over the reporting period to $1.21 as of press time. The Synapse ecosystem token increased 39% over the last seven days. Its market cap stood at $168.95 million.
MAGIC grew 34.39% to $1.79 as of press time. The NFT-related token rose by over 250% in the last 30 days. Its market cap stood at $375.72 million.
LRC gained 24.68% over the reporting period to trade at $0.43 as of press time. The Layer-2 solution has seen renewed attention due to its cheap gas fees for ERC20 and NFT transactions. Its market cap stood at $565.68 million.
OP is another layer2 solution on the top gainer’s list. Its OP token surged 23.08% to another all-time high of $2.785. Transaction volume on the protocol peaked at over 800,000 in January when interest in its ecosystem was high. Its market cap stood at $651.98 million.
HEX jumped 19.9% to $0.032 as of press time. Interest in the PulseChain testnet v3 has reached a fevered high, with many community members speculating about the launch date. Its market cap stood at $5.63 billion.
Top 5 Losers
The wrapped version of Everscale, WEVER, is the day’s biggest loser. The token fell by 31.27% to $0.11 as of press time. The token appears to have shed some of its Feb. 1 gains. Its market cap stood at $195.91 million.
EVER is on the top loser’s list for the second consecutive day. The token decreased by 3.32% over the reporting period to $0.11 as of press time. The project’s positive price performance over the last 30 days saw it rise by more than 300%. Its market cap stood at $193.62 million.
SNT plunged 1.92% to $0.034 as of press time. The token rose by over 80% in the last 30 days. Its market cap stood at $137.7 million.
GUSD is down 0.51% in the last 24 hours to $0.99 as of press time. The stablecoin has seen increased scrutiny following the recent issues plaguing its parent company, Gemini. The stablecoin briefly depegged earlier in the week. Its market cap stood at $605.82 million.
MOB lost 0.31% in the last 24 hours to trade at $1.45 as of press time. The privacy-focused asset has plunged by 43% in the previous 30 days. Its market cap stood at $108.17 million.