Total Cryptocurrency Market Cap Value Surges Across $1.9 Trillion Setting A New Record

Total Cryptocurrency Market Cap Value Surges Across $1.9 Trillion Setting A New Record

The bullish trend in the cryptocurrency market is tolling a remarkable route in the month of August. For the first time since May, the industry is recording a total market cap that is almost $2 trillion.

The data from CoinGecko, a crypto data aggregator, indicates that the total crypto market value crosses $1.9 trillion a few days ago. This was after the market hit the mark since May 18.

From July 19, the entire crypto market experienced a considerable surge that pushes the total market value to about $700 billion. Nevertheless, the market is yet to attain its all-time high as of May 11. The value shows a deficit of about $700 billion from its peak of $2.5 trillion.

Other Cryptocurrency Assets Reacting To The New Market Trend

In the recent recovery trend in the industry, prominent digital assets such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETH) are not left out. As a result, these cryptocurrencies have explored their mid-May market cap levels again.

As of Monday, Bitcoin records a market value of over $860 billion. CoinGecko reveals that it’s the first time since May 16 for BTC to hit such a limit. The cryptocurrency experienced a main sell-off earlier in the year. This was after Bitcoin became a $1 trillion asset.

However, the sell-off triggered the plummeting of the market cap to $560 billion by July 20. The recent rebounce of the BTC price over $45,000 brought over a 53% increase to its market value.

Similarly, the global second-largest digital asset by market cap, Ether, is not left out. The cryptocurrency accrued more gains in July since the bear market. The asset had almost an 81% increase from its July 20th value of $204 billion to $369 billion.

On Thursday, the digital asset passed through a prominent network upgrade. The Ether price moved by 50% in response to the London hard fork. This displays investors’ anticipation of getting solutions to Ethereum’s high transaction fees through the upgrade.

Though the crypto market experienced a recent positive turning, some key cryptocurrencies somersaulted in their market cap value.

For instance, Binance USD (BUSD), a top-ranking stablecoin by market value after Tether (USDT) and USD Coin (USDC), had a drop.

As listed on Thursday, BUSD couldn’t make it among the top 10 most-valued digital assets. UNI, Uniswap’s governance token, dethroned BUSD from the list. This left BUSD as the 11th-largest cryptocurrency with a market cap of $12 billion.

Recall that this recent growth trend in crypto market value occurs after Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, revealed debt to Bitcoin. Musk mentioned on July 22 that SpaceX, his aerospace firm, is indebted to Bitcoin. Furthermore, he announced Tesla’s plan to recommence its acceptance of crypto payments for purchases.

Musk explains that this decision was due to the remarkable drop in the percentage of fossil fuel used for Bitcoin mining. It alleged that the previous decision of the CEO in suspending BTC payment to his company was the main contributory factor to the May Bitcoin’s price crash.