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Bitcoin price navigates the $ 62,000 zone

The big news of the day was the presentation of Tesla before the Securities and Exchange Commission of the United States (SEC)

Bitcoin ( BTC ) corrected more than 1% in the last 24 hours and fell below $ 63,000. The flagship cryptocurrency is trying to hold its own above $ 60K and be able to project a new jump in the short term. At the close of this note, the price of BTC is $ 62,140 .

The big news of the day was Tesla’s filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in which he suggested that it could resume accepting crypto payments in the future . The Elon Musk- led company launched that project in March, but two months later suspended it over environmental concerns swirling around the industry.

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A few months ago, Musk warned that the company would consider resuming payments in BTC if the industry took a more sustainable course and, after China’s restrictions, the use of renewable energy to mine cryptocurrencies became almost a norm in several places. of the world .

” It is possible that in the future we will restart the practice of carrying out transactions in cryptocurrencies for our products and services, ” they remarked from Tesla before the SEC. “We believe in the long-term potential of digital assets as an investment and also as a liquid alternative to cash,” they added.

The rest of the main altcoins in the market did not have great movements on Tuesday. Ether ( ETH ) gained about 1% and is starting to get strong above $ 4,100 , while Cardano (ADA) and XRP are up the same and are trading at $ 2.16 and $ 1.10.

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Polkadot ( DOT ) and Dogecoin ( DOGE ) grew almost 0.5% and their price is USD 43.82 and USD 0.26, respectively. Lastly, Binance coin ( BNB ), Solana ( SOL ), and Litecoin ( LTC ) were down over 1% and fell to $ 483, $ 205, and $ 191.

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