The worldwide crypto market valuation is now $1.95 trillion, up 2.64 percent from the previous day. The overall crypto market volume over the last 24 hours has decreased by 17.52 percent to $107.50 billion.
Bitcoin has regained lost ground following a 2.4 percent sell-off on Thursday, when the crypto fell to lows of approximately $43,800.
By press time, the world's largest cryptocurrency by market value had gained 1.5 percent in a 24-hour period and was trading for around $46,100.
On Thursday, Rario, an officially approved cricket NFT platform, announced its opening, allowing fans to collect and trade great moments from cricket history. Polygon, a layer 2 Ethereum scaling solution, will be included into the platform.
The Argentinian soccer icon received an undisclosed amount of fan tokens from blockchain-based fan-token provider Socios.com as part of his signing-on fee for the French club.
Messi departed Barcelona, where he has played since he was 13, this week to join PSG on a two-year deal worth over $75 million per season.
Kryptoin Files for Ether ETF
On Thursday, Kryptoin Investment Advisors submitted a proposal to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for an ether (ETH, +3.16%) exchange-traded fund (ETF).
The Kryptoin Ethereum ETF Trust's "investment objective," according to the Delaware-based firm's plan, would be "to provide exposure to Ethereum at a price that is reflective of the actual Ethereum market where investors can purchase and sell Ethereum."
The hacker who stole $610 million from the Poly Network cross-chain decentralised finance (DeFi) protocol has returned virtually all of the funds, claiming their activities were "white hat activity."
The cryptocurrency market is extremely volatile, resulting in regular price fluctuations. Even the most well-known crypto tokens, such as Bitcoin, Ether, Dogecoin, Litecoin, and Ripple, have had a lot of ups and downs in value.