|Day's range||4,974.92 - 5,172.57|
|52-week range||491.15 - 5,386.10|
|Volume (24 hrs)||18.47B|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||18.47B|
Blockchain has already improved companies’ ability to track the movement of goods. It’s now easy to envision a more efficient future in logistics through emerging decentralized technologies that help improve procurement practices and enable businesses to increase transparency about where products were manufactured, how they were delivered and under what conditions. There are potential upsides for businesses, workers and consumers.
Over the last year, the narrative surrounding central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) has advanced considerably. From an almost entirely conceptual discussion, CBDCs are now in various stages of research and development to ascertain how they could work in practice. Following several pilots, the Chinese government is expected to roll out its CBDC to a population of over a billion people in 2022.
After another mixed day for the majors on Saturday, Bitcoin would need to avoid sub-$61,000 levels to support the broader market.