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Ripple Leads With 11% Gains, Bitcoin Struggles With $27K, Injective (INJ) Explodes: This Week’s Recap

Summary:
The past seven days saw the cryptocurrency market increase, but it wasn’t something particularly considerable. Bitcoin remained rather stagnant and managed an increase of slightly more than one percent. However, there were those who exploded and led the market’s recovery. Namely, XRP. Let’s dive in. Starting with the BTC price – it wasn’t very impressive during the last week. In fact, the primary cryptocurrency only booked an increase of slightly more than one percent and is currently unable to convincingly claim the K level. The week saw some volatility when BTC soared above K, but the buyers were unable to maintain the pressure, and sellers ultimately took over, pushing the price back to where it’s currently trading. With Ripple’s XRP, though – it was a different

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The past seven days saw the cryptocurrency market increase, but it wasn’t something particularly considerable. Bitcoin remained rather stagnant and managed an increase of slightly more than one percent. However, there were those who exploded and led the market’s recovery. Namely, XRP. Let’s dive in.

Starting with the BTC price – it wasn’t very impressive during the last week. In fact, the primary cryptocurrency only booked an increase of slightly more than one percent and is currently unable to convincingly claim the $27K level. The week saw some volatility when BTC soared above $28K, but the buyers were unable to maintain the pressure, and sellers ultimately took over, pushing the price back to where it’s currently trading.

With Ripple’s XRP, though – it was a different story. The cryptocurrency exploded by over 11% in the past seven days. It seems that investors are starting to price in a potential victory for Ripple in the case against the Securities and Exchange Commission.

But this wasn’t even the most impressive performance of the week.

Injective (INJ) is this week’s top performer. It’s up a whopping 25% in a market that’s otherwise rather uncertain. The altcoin has been one of the best performers throughout the year.

Elsewhere, the week was also important for stablecoins. USDC launched on Arbitrum, while Tether announced that it will launch a sustainable Bitcoin mining operation in the country of Uruguay.

In an interesting bit, we also pinned the two most popular AI-based chatbots – ChatGPT and Google’s Bard – against each other. We asked both of them if Ethereum will flip Bitcoin, and their answers were quite entertaining.

It’s also worth noting that one more crypto heavyweight is considering expanding outside of the United States. Gemini is considering the UAE as a new destination as the regulatory environment in the US isn’t getting any better.

All in all, the week was relatively productive in terms of price developments, and the market seems to be moving out of its recent slumber. That said, it’s important to see how the next few weeks will turn out and if the positive sentiment will continue growing.

Market Data

Market Cap: $1,182B | 24H Vol: $36B | BTC Dominance: 44.1%

BTC: $26,922 (+1.2%) | ETH: $1,881 (+3%) | BNB: $304 (-0.6%)

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Tether to Launch Sustainable Bitcoin Mining Operations in Uruguay. Tether, the issuer of the largest stablecoin – USDT, will be launching sustainable Bitcoin mining operations in the country of Uruguay. The company announced this on May 30th.

USDC Stablecoin to Be Launched Natively on Layer 2 Scaling Solution Arbitrum. The USDC stablecoin will be launched natively on Arbitrum. The latter is a layer 2 scaling solution for Ethereum. The stablecoin will be considered the official version of USDC for the Arbitrum ecosystem.

Gemini Eyes UAE Expansion Amid US Uncertainty, Crypto.com Gets MPI License in Singapore. Gemini is also considering expansion outside of the US. In particular, the platform is looking at UAE. The reason seems to be the growing regulatory burden and uncertainty in the US.

Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Exceeds 50T for the First Time. Bitcoin’s mining difficulty achieved an all-time high. The latest difficulty adjustment happened on May 31st and added 3.4% to the total mining difficulty.

Will Ethereum Flip Bitcoin? We Put ChatGPT and Google’s Bard Against Each Other. In an interesting debate, we pinned two of the most popular AIs against each other. Here’s what ChatGPT and Google’s Bard think on whether Ethereum will flip Bitcoin.

Charts

This week we have a chart analysis of Ethereum, Ripple, Cardano, Binance Coin, and Litecoin – click here for the complete price analysis.

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