Bitcoin Cash, at the time of press, was valued at $131.20, with a market cap of $2 billion. The coin registered a 24-hour trade volume of $357 million. The coin recorded a huge 18.71% slip in the past day, and has seen an overall dip of 19.35% in the past week. The coin is slowing recovering as it noted a rise of 0.19% in the past hour.
The fourth-largest coin was highly traded on Huobi, with $50 million in trading volume with the BCH/USDT pair. Huobi was followed by LBank, which registered a trading volume of $32 million with the BCH/BTC pair. Upbit, in the third place, noted a volume of $25 million with the BCH/KRW pair.
As per the CoinMarketCap chart, EOS recorded a loss of 17.57% over the past day and had a market cap $2 billion. The coin registered a 24-hour trade volume of $1 billion and made a recovery of 0.38% over the past hour. The coin saw a dip of 10.54% over the past week.
The coin was highly traded on OKEx, with a trading volume of $159 million with the EOS/USDT pair. The second place was taken by Bibox, which registered a volume of $95 million with the EOS/ETH pair. Bibox was followed by Bitz, which traded $91 million volume of the coin with the EOS/USDT pair.
TRX was pumping for the past few weeks, but this pump was suddenly restricted on January 10. At the time of press, the coin was valued at $0.0266, with a market cap of $1.7 billion. The 24-hour trading volume of the coin was $1 billion, with a fall of 16.95% over the past day. The coin registered an overall growth of 31.45% and is seen to be making a recovery with a 0.80% growth in the past hour.
The coin was highly traded on Upbit, with a trading volume of $176 million with the TRX/KRW pair. The exchange that reported the second-highest trade volume was Binance, with $141 million with the TRX/USDT pair. Binance followed itself as it registered a volume of $110 million with the TRX/BTC pair.