Once again falling below 29,500, Bitcoin lost around another 1% of its value. Ethereum was trading slightly lower but still above $1,850 on Friday.

Following better-than-anticipated US inflation figures, Bitcoin and other popular crypto coins saw a decline in price on Friday. The two biggest cryptocurrencies are still bouncing back from major swells. Analysts continue to watch for the Bitcoin to reach the $30,000 milestone, aside from macroeconomic concerns.

On Friday, the biggest cryptocurrency token, Bitcoin, continued to slide downward, losing another 1% of its value to plummet below the 29,500 level once more. Ethereum, its biggest rival, was trading slightly lower but rebounded to $1,850 levels after the most recent downturn. The biggest altcoins’ price movements were on the lower side.

With the exception of a few well-known tokens, all major cryptocurrency prices fell on Friday. Cardano fell by roughly 2% while Bitcoin Cash declined by more than 3%. BNB, Litecoin, and Polkadot all fell more than 1%. Solana and Shiba Inu both increased by 2%, while Tron increased by roughly 1%.

The market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies was trading much lower, dropping to the $1.17 trillion mark as it fell about 1% in the previous day. The entire trading volume did, however, decline by as much as 26% to $25.84 billion.

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