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70,129.59-258.26 (-0.37%)
As of 02:53PM UTC. Market open.
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Previous Close70,141.84
Open70,141.84
Day's Range69,323.84 - 70,272.93
52 Week Range24,797.17 - 73,750.07
Start Date2010-07-13
AlgorithmN/A
Market Cap1.382T
Circulating Supply19.70M
Max SupplyN/A
Volume34,579,910,656
Volume (24hr)34.58B
Volume (24hr) All Currencies34.58B
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    Bitcoin (BTC-USD) and ethereum (ETH-USD) are rallying this week as investors are optimistic about a new regulatory framework and approval for an ether ETF that could boost the industry. Yahoo Finance reporter Jennifer Schonberger has more on the new legislation that could change the crypto sector. The House is set to vote today for the first time on crypto legislation known as the Financial Innovation and Technology for the 21st Century Act, or FIT21. This act would make the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) the leading regulator of digital assets and establish consumer protections. Republican lawmakers say FIT21 will bring clarity to the crypto industry, while Democrats believe it would effectively deregulate most cryptocurrencies by removing them from the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) purview. The vote will occur around 5 p.m. ET today and is expected to pass. However, FIT21's future in the Senate remains unclear. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Catalysts. This post was written by Melanie Riehl

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    Crypto world hopes for breakthroughs this week in Washington

    The crypto world is seeking gains this week in Washington as it pushes for a new regulatory framework and new ether ETFs that could expand the mainstream appeal of digital assets.

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    Lowe's and Macy's earnings, FDIC chair resigns: Morning Brief

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