Here’s why Bitcoin is making staggered progress with slow gains as losses strike Stablecoins

Bitcoin is shown to have made a small gain of 0.7 percent on Friday, April 26. The most expensive cryptocurrency is trading at the price point of $26,421 (roughly Rs. 21.8 lakh), marking one of its lowest trading values in at least two months on both national as well as international exchanges. The leading crypto, for the time being has been maintaining a steady position up until the second week of May, but it recently slipped below its crucial support level of $26,500 (roughly Rs. 22 lakh). In the last 24 hours, Bitcoin managed to rise by $414 (roughly Rs. 34,240).

Keeping in check Bitcoin’s sluggish market movement, its sell-side risk ratio has touched an all-time low, the CoinDCX research team told Gadgets 360. A market indicator, the sell-side risk ratio is the sum of all on-chain profits and losses, divided by the overall capitalisation. “The slight increase could be attributed to positive weekly unemployment data in the US. The crypto fear and greed index fell by two points since yesterday, but remains in the neutral zone with 49 points,” Parth Chaturvedi, Investments Lead, CoinSwitch Ventures informed. All in all ,the uncertain macroeconomic climate has contributed to a noticeable decline in the crypto market, fuelled by concerns surrounding inflation, crypto regulations, and the ongoing debt ceiling stalemate in the US. A divergence of opinions among US’ central bankers regarding potential interest rate have recently floated up in the Federal Open Market Committee minutes.


Pertaining to these developments, OpenAI’s CEO Sam Altman’s crypto project Worldcoin — a decentralised open-source protocol — has raised $115 million (roughly Rs. 95 crore) in a Series C funding round despite the bearish market sentiment. Another major calculated event to highlight is the final resolution and sale of $2 billion (roughly Rs. 16,545 crore) worth of assets held by Celsius to a group of investors led by Fahrenheit.