Crypto News Today, June 10: Major cryptocurrencies appear to have rebounded after adjusting nearly 20 percent over the past two days. The correction was triggered by cryptocurrency giant Bitcoin, which gained almost 10% in early trading on Thursday morning. According to CoinSwitch and Wazirx, according to CoinSwitch and Wazirx, most of the top coins, with the exception of bitcoins and peas, were trading at marginal gains as of June 10, 2021. Ethereum, Tether, Matice, Dogecoin and Shiba Inu traded at marginal gains, while Bitcoin and Polka Dot put on a stellar show in the evening with gains of nearly 10 percent and 13 percent, respectively.
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Cryptocurrency prices today June 10
Bitcoin INR price today, June 10: Rs 28.72,534, up 9.78%
Ethereum INR price today, June 10: 1,97,117 rupees, up 3.46%
Tether INR price today, Jun 10: 77.0736%, down 0.1%
Price of INR polka dots today, June 10: Rs 1,851.62, up 12.51%.
Matice INR price today Jun 10: Rs 110, up 0.53%
Two very popular meme coins – Dogecoin and Shiba Inu – had a mixed trading session. Dogecoin traded at Rs 25.6900, down 3.58%, while the Shiba Inu traded at Rs 0.000546, down 0.19%.
Meanwhile, the movement of these coins was driven by several important news, but their effectiveness was most influenced by two important factors: the seizure of millions of ransoms for cryptocurrency by the US Department of Justice and the adoption of bitcoins as legal tender by the Central American country of El Salvador.
In the first incident in which the US Department of Justice took action against the hackers who launched the most devastating cyberattack in US history, on Monday, the US Department of Justice returned about $ 2.3 million in cryptocurrency ransom paid by Colonial Pipeline Co. about $ 2.3 million, paid by Colonial (COLPI.UL), was seized in the United States.
In rather contrasted news about cryptocurrencies, El Salvador announced that Bitcoin would become their legal tender. It should be noted that this Central American country does not have its own currency.
Uncertainty continues to prevail in India, meanwhile, as the RBI is in principle sticking to its 2018 circular, which was overturned by the Supreme Court in 2020.