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Crypto markets tag $3T combined market cap for first time
At the start of this week, the combined cryptocurrency market cap broke $3 trillion for the first time. The market has fluctuated heavily this year, previously topping out at $2.62 trillion during the height of the bull run in May, before crashing down to as low as $1.24 trillion in mid-July.
CoinGeckos data tracks 10,418 digital assets across 518 cryptocurrency exchanges, and the surging momentum in the latter half of 2021 comes on the back of (BTC), Ether (ETH), (DOT) and (SOL) all pushing past new all-time highs.
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