Bitcoin, even after losing almost 72% of its November 10, 2021 all-time high value of $69,044, still holds a commanding lead over its closest rival, Ethereum.
The crypto alpha showing the way in terms of trading price and total market capitalization has always been the norm, as the altcoin king remains several steps away.
At press time, data from Coingecko shows Bitcoin trading at $19,495 and Ethereum changing hands at $1,330. Both assets are experiencing decline for the last 24 hours, with BTC falling behind by 2% and ETH by 1.5%.
For Ethereum, as painful as it may sound, it’s okay to be number two and be behind Bitcoin this way. But to fall a step behind in terms of crypto community interest even after a major netwo
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