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Dogecoin Leads the Way as Biggest Cryptocurrencies Rise

ByHazel R. Lang

Apr 12, 2022

All of the biggest cryptocurrencies were up in morning trading on Tuesday, with Dogecoin DOGEUSD,
+1.15%
seeing the biggest move, rallying 3.98% to 14 cents.

DOTUSD Peas,
+2.96%
climbed 3.85% to $17.94, while Uniswap UNIUSD,
+2.87%
climbed 3.60% to $9.40.

Bitcoin Cash BCHUSD,
+2.65%
and Cardano ADAUSD,
+1.62%
rose 3.26% to $306.22 and 2.56% to 97 cents, respectively.

Ripple XRPUSD,
+1.33%
climbed 2.06% to 72 cents, and Ethereum ETHUSD,
+1.44%
climbed 2.06% to $3,054.01.

BitcoinBTC USD,
+0.52%
and Litecoin LTCUSD,
+0.63%
completed Tuesday’s gains, climbing 1.46% to $40,430.07 and 0.92% to $104.92, respectively.

In crypto-related business news, Coinbase Global Inc. COIN shares,
+3.67%
rose 4.72% to $161.14, while MicroStrategy Inc. MSTR,
+6.31%
rose 8.25% to $472.40. Riot Blockchain Inc. RIOT,
+3.50%
shares climbed 6.16% to $16.89, and shares of Marathon Digital Holdings Inc. MARA,
+3.47%
rose 6.06% to $23.25.

Overstock.com Inc. OSTK,
+6.26%
rose 5.72% to $42.50, while Block Inc. SQ,
+4.51%
rose 4.40% to $128.49 and Tesla Inc. TSLA,
+3.66%
rose 4.41% to $1,018.95.

PayPal Holdings Inc. PYPL,
+1.57%
climbed 2.39% to $112.43, and Ebang International Holdings Inc. Cl A EBON,
+4.25%
shares rose 5.19% to $1.12. NVIDIA Corp.NVDA,
+1.53%
climbed 3.01% to $225.77, and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. AMD,
+0.56%
climbed 2.39% to $98.94.

In the fund space, the Bitwise Crypto Industry Innovators ETF BITQ,
+3.79%,
which focuses on pure-play crypto companies, rose 4.09% to $15.25. Blockchain-driven Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF BLOK,
+2.41%
climbed 3.10% to $31.07. Grayscale Bitcoin Trust GBTC,
+1.91%,
which tracks the Bitcoin market price, rose 1.51% to $28.20.

Editor’s Note: This story, which tracks nine of the major cryptocurrencies and excludes stablecoins, was auto-generated by Automated previewsan automation technology provider, using data from Dow Jones, FactSet and kraken. See our Market Data Terms of Use.


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