Bitcoin, Ethereum and Dogecoin Prices: September 5, 2022

The week starts on Monday 5th September 2022 with Bitcoin and the Cryptocurrency The most relevant performance is as follows in the markets against different national currencies for comparison. The virtual currency par excellence is trading this morning around $19,000 per unit with a real-time downtrend.

After setbacks throughout the year from all-time highs at the end of 2021, sector investors are anticipating a recovery that falls short of eventually pushing the cryptocurrency above $20,000 into positive territory.

Bitcoin price on September 5, 2022:

  • Bitcoin in USD: 19 thousand 747.20
  • Bitcoin in Mexican Peso: 394 thousand 255.02
  • Bitcoin in Colombian Peso: 88 million 710 thousand 938.97
  • Bitcoin in Argentine peso: 2 million 767 thousand 824.82
  • Bitcoin in Chilean Peso: 17 million 298 thousand 942.14
  • Bitcoin in Euro: 19 thousand 897.31

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Ethereum price on September 5, 2022:

  • Ethereum in US Dollars: 575.48 thousand
  • Ethereum in Mexican Peso: 31 thousand 452.08
  • Ethereum in Colombian Peso: 7 million 077 thousand 576.07
  • Ethereum in EUR: 1,000 587.34

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Dogecoin price on September 5, 2022:

  • Dogecoin in USD: 0.062
  • Dogecoin Mexican Peso: 1.23
  • Dogecoin in Colombian Peso: 277.46
  • Dogecoin in EUR: 0.062

Do not forget that the cryptocurrency markets are unpredictable and the volatility of these currencies is high, which is what operators use to their advantage to make profits, but it is also a great risk to your capital, if you plan to make investments. This is why it is important to be well informed before you start making your transactions.

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