Bitcoin (-0.9%), Ethereum (-1.2%), BNB (-2.1%), XRP (-1.8%), Solana (-2.5%), and Chainlink (-5.5%) were trading in the red on Monday, while Tron (2%), Toncoin (1.6%), Polygon (7.1%), Avalanche (3.5%), and Polkadot were trading in the green.

Meanwhile, the global cryptocurrency market cap declined by 0.43% in the last 24 hours to roughly $1.41 trillion.

Bitcoin was down 0.9% at $36,933. Bitcoin’s, the world’s largest cryptocurrency, market cap has dropped to $721 billion in the previous 24 hours.

According to CoinMarketCap, Bitcoin presently has a 51.20% market share. BTC volume increased 0.6% in the last 24 hours to $13.04 billion.

Over the weekend, Bitcoin maintained its position above $37,000, marking the fourth straight week of increases. Investors are bullish on spot ETFs, which have gained 6% in the last seven days and 40% in the last three weeks. The $40,000 mark has finally been identified.

On the other hand, Ethereum stays above $2,000, supported by Blackrock’s spot ETF registration, boosting optimism in smart contract ecosystems. ETH is facing resistance at $2,500 and support at $1,900, adding to the positive market sentiment.