BTC started last week with its min price of $47,410 on October 4. During the past two days, Bitcoin price fluctuated a little and reached $54,647 on October 6, staying relatively stable until the week's end. On October 8, Bitcoin's all-week high achieved $56,100. However, the price went through correction. The news pointed out the possible ETF (exchange-traded fund) approval from US regulator as a catalyst for change.
The asset's change in price has been +13.31% in the past 7 days, +0.67% in the past 24 hours. As of October 12, the first cryptocurrency is trading at $56,858.
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Last week ETH was more volatile than BTC. The second cryptocurrency saw dramatic price fluctuations after starting the week at $3,405 and reaching an all-week low ($3,309) on the same day. On October 6, Ethereum achieved its low point - $3,355. Two days later, charts recorded Ethereum max at $3,665.
As of October 12, Ethereum is trading at $3,436, meaning that the asset lost 4.21% in the last 24 hours and 0.66% in 7 days.
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For most of the last week, Ripple fluctuated between $1.02 and $1.10. After reaching $1.12 on October 9, XRP was mostly rising till the end of the week. On October 10, Ripple's all-week high achieved the $1.22 mark.
As of October 12, XRP is trading at $1.07, meaning that Ripple gained 1% in 7 days and lost 7.99% in 24 hours. Buy or sell XRP coins on CoinLoan with zero deposit and withdrawal fees here!
Bitcoin Network All Time High for Daily Settlement Volume
According to Anthony Pompliano's Twitter, last week was the day when $31B settled on the BTC network, an all-time high for a single day of settlement value. Since the beginning of 2020, it's x40.
Willy Woo, an on-chain analyst, drew attention to the amount of money moving on BTC blockchain (~$190k per second) similar to Visa for US customers ($130k per second) and MasterCard for US customers ($55k per second).
ETH 2.0 Staking Platform Bug
Dmitri Tsumak, the co-founder of Stake Wise, Ethereum 2.0 staking platform, discovered a severe vulnerability in Rocket Pool and Lido protocols that could potentially lead to theft of users' funds if exploited.
Tsumak chose not to elaborate on technical details publicly, but Rocket Pool and Lido confirmed the information. Rocket Pool postponed its launch that was due to commence on October 6. Lido also admitted that vulnerability could have an impact on 20k Ethereum tokens.
Both Lido and Rocket Pool introduced a $100k reward for the bug discovery, taking an issue seriously. Because the vulnerability lets validators and operators assign users' assets — it's a loose end in a registering mechanism in ETH 2.0 network. It turns out the community highlighted an issue back in November 2019.
SEC Requested a Pre-Motion Conference
A month ago, the SEC and Ripple reached an agreement regarding office recordings. However, the SEC demands Ripple to provide video & audio recordings of the company's meetings where its key employees, including Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse and co-founder Chris Larsen, discussed topics connected to the lawsuit. Ripple, for its part, asked for the extended deadline for response until October 8.
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