Bitcoin, Ethereum and Dogecoin prices today 10 July 2022

On the morning of this Sunday, July 10, 2022, they are behaving like this Bitcoin as the main Cryptocurrency Against other national currencies in the markets, where the virtual currency is par excellence around 21 thousand dollars per unit with a downtrend.

In general, the cryptocurrency sector is going through a phase characterized by negative behavior in the markets that earned it the name Crypto winter which caused huge losses in several weeks, moving away from the historical maximum of the past year and reaching minimum levels more than one year.

Bitcoin price on July 10, 2022:

  • Bitcoin in USD: 21 thousand 073.40
  • Bitcoin in Mexican Peso: 431 thousand 338.78
  • Bitcoin in Colombian Peso: 92 million 195 thousand 345.28
  • Bitcoin in Argentine peso: 2 million 652 thousand 640.50
  • Bitcoin in Chilean Peso: 20 million 498 thousand 196.73
  • Bitcoin in Euro: 20 thousand 658.97

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Ethereum price east July 10 From 2022:

  • Ethereum in US dollars: 173.46 thousand
  • Ethereum in Mexican Peso: 24 thousand 018.85
  • Ethereum in Colombian Peso: 5 million 133 thousand 844.08
  • Ethereum in Euro: 152.04 ألف thousand

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Dogecoin price on July 10, 2022:

  • Dogecoin in USD: 0.068
  • Dogecoin Mexican Peso: 1.39
  • Dogecoin in Colombian Peso: 297.23
  • Dogecoin in EUR: 0.067

If you are thinking of making operations with Bitcoin, do not forget that it consists of a highly volatile digital asset, but it also has a high risk to your capital, so it will be convenient for you to stay informed in real time before ending your operations to obtain data and thus Make your most informed decisions.

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