Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies saw minimal movement on Monday, except for Ether, the second-largest digital asset, which continued to show strong performance.

Bitcoin Stays Stable at $51,100

Bitcoin's price dipped by 1% in the last 24 hours, settling at $51,100 after reaching highs of $51,800. While the leading cryptocurrency is close to its recent peak near $52,800, it has been unable to climb higher. The positive risk sentiment in broader markets, as seen in record levels of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500, has contributed to Bitcoin's steady growth. Traders are eagerly awaiting the approval of spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which could attract a new wave of investors.

Altcoins Take the Lead

According to Alex Kuptsikevich, an analyst at broker FxPro, "Altcoins are once again driving growth." Institutional speculators are favoring Bitcoin and Ethereum, with many placing their bets on the approval of spot ETFs for Ether. As a result, Bitcoin investors are cautiously securing profits while keeping an eye on similar developments. Ether has outperformed Bitcoin in the last month, rising over 35% compared to Bitcoin's 20% increase.

Ether Shows Strength

Ether experienced a 2% increase, reaching nearly $3,200. While other altcoins like Cardano and Polygon showed mixed results, memecoins such as Dogecoin and Shiba Inu saw a slight decline.

Broadening Crypto Market

Traders are speculating on the potential approval of Ether ETFs, signaling a broader interest in digital assets beyond Bitcoin. This shift towards altcoins may indicate a growing crypto bull market.

For more insights on the cryptocurrency market, stay posted for updates.

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