Crypto crash pushes Cardano further down the ranks and Shiba Inu gains on Dogecoin

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Crypto crash pushes Cardano further down the ranks and Shiba Inu gains on Dogecoin
The crypto market crash on October 27 is reportedly due to long-term investors cashing after all the 'Uptober' frenzyBI India
  • The global crypto market has crashed by over 6% in the last 24 hours, with Bitcoin dipping below $60,000 and Ethereum’s price falling from $4,000.
  • Cardano is now trading below its critical support level of $2 and has dipped further down in the rankings, currently coming in fifth.
  • Dogecoin also has slipped to the 10th spot, with Shiba Inu preserving through the crash and holding its own on Doge’s heels.
Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, and all the major cryptocurrencies are facing a massive market correction right now. The global crypto market has dipped by 6.62% in the last 24 hours. More than half of that happened within a 15-minute time span.

Crypto crash pushes Cardano further down the ranks and Shiba Inu gains on Dogecoin
Global crypto market dipped by 3.4% within the 15 minutes from 1:30 pm to 1:45 pm Indian Standard Time (IST)CoinMarketCap

The marketwide crash was reportedly brought on by long-term investors booking their profits after the rally seen in the crypto market last week — something that typically happens after Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency in the market, hits an all-time high.

Not only did Bitcoin cross $67,000 last week, but others like Ethereum, Cardano and Solana also rose on its coat tails. However, after the surge of liquidation, all of these cryptocurrencies are trading below their respective critical support levels — Bitcoin below $60,000, Ethereum below $4,000, and Cardano under $2.
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Crypto market nose-dive shuffles the rankings


Cardano, which lost its throne as the third-largest cryptocurrency in the market last month, has slipped even further to the fifth spot. Tether and Binance Coin both have a larger market cap than the coin founded by Charles Hoskinson as an alternative to Ethereum.

Meanwhile, Dogecoin, saw a jump this weekend after tech billionaire Elon Musk called it the ‘people’s cryptocurrency’ and also clarified that he doesn’t hold any Shiba Inu, unlike what was being speculated in the market since the beginning of the month — when Musk brought home a new pet dog, Floki.

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Top cryptocurrencies in the world by market value after crypto dip on October 27:
RankCryptocurrencyMarket value
1Bitcoin$1.1 trillion
2Ethereum$473.4 billion
3Binance Coin$75.7 billion
4Tether$69.8 billion
5Cardano$65.7 billion
6Solana$57 billion
7XRP$47.9 billion
8Polkadot$41.3 billion
9USD Coin$32.5 billion
10Dogecoin$31 billion
11Shiba Inu$21.8 billion
Source:CoinMarketCap

The gap between Shiba Inu and Dogecoin narrows


The only cryptocurrency with a market cap above $20 billion still in the green is Shiba Inu. That being said, the SHIB token gains for the day are now considerably lower than they were this morning when it hit an all-time high of $0.000059. The meme coin has doubled in price since last week and is currently bucking the current market trend at a price of $0.000054 — still 26% higher than 24 hours ago.

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With its primary contender, Dogecoin, being down by 12.49% since yesterday, the gap in market cap between the two is now less than $9 billion. Shiba Inu is hot on Dogecoin’s heels as the 11th biggest cryptocurrency in the market.

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