4 appears to be the unfortunate number for cryptos today, as all leading 10 cryptocurrencies remain in the red, with loss worths of greater than 4% each. The marketplace leader, Bitcoin [BTC] shed 5.75% in value over the past 24 hours, with Ethereum and Ripple’s XRP at 8% and 5% respectively.The market took a cumulative tumble, as it lost $13 billion over just a few hours. While the cumulative market cap was around $286 billion in the early hours of June 22nd, it unexpectedly dropped down to $273 billion later in the same day.The biggest loser of the top 10 was EOS, with a loss of 10.67% over 24 Hr. With the mainnet launch being plagued with concerns such as the block producing stopping within a couple of days of the launch, and talks of malicious bugs, EOS has had a tough week. It lost 13.86% over 7 days, which shows the FUD that was spread over the week. Its existing cost is $9.42
Cardano [ADA] and Bitcoin Money [BCH] lay in the 8% loss bracket, as they both lost 8.16% over 24 hours. Cardano is trading at $0.14, while Bitcoin Cash rests at $813.
Following closely behind was Ethereum [ETH], at 7.56% loss. It is presently trading at $496 after it took the hit. Litecoin remains in the very same loss zone, as it lost 7.02% of the value and is now trading at $90.
A majority of the leading 10 coins aimed to draft the tough market conditions, and instead lost around 6% of their worth. These coins are Tron, with a loss of 7%, IOTA, and Stellar Lumens, with a loss of 7.48% each. Tron’s TRX is trading at $0.04, while MIOTA is trading at $1.08. XLM is trading at $0.21.
Bitcoin and Ripple [XRP] were the most durable to the changes in the market, with a loss of 4.87% each. Bitcoin fell to $6,356 after the crash, briefly stopping briefly at $6,666.66, sparking financiers’ superstitious notions. XRP is trading at $0.51, continuing to hover around the $0.50 mark as it has more than the week.