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April’s Top 5 Crypto Picks: Bitcoin (BTC), Shiba Inu (SHIB), Cardano (ADA), and More for Bullish Trends

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  • The top cryptocurrency trends for April are Cardano, Shiba Inu, and Bitcoin, all of which indicate future growth and changes in the industry.
  • The legal developments of XRP and emerging coins like WEN further emphasize April’s prominence as a month with major cryptocurrency moves and potential.

Following a volatile March in which Bitcoin hit all-time highs and major drawdowns made headlines, the cryptocurrency market is recovering, and investors and enthusiasts are looking forward to April and beyond as possible winners.

A bullish phase appears to be approaching among the cooling market conditions, drawing attention to multiple cryptocurrencies that may lead the way.

The Record-Breaking Journey of Bitcoin Continues

The main cryptocurrency, Bitcoin (BTC), still controls the majority of market narratives. Bitcoin’s rise from the $61,000 lows to above $70,000, following its historic high of $73,750 in March, highlights the strong demand and investor faith in its future.

Inflows into Spot Bitcoin ETFs, which are gaining traction and may reach new highs in the coming weeks, are primarily what are driving the demand for Bitcoin. Since Bitcoin has returned 65% so far this year, many people who want to make large returns have chosen it.

Shiba Inu: More Than Just a Meme Coin

Once thought to be merely another joke coin, Shiba Inu (SHIB) showed an outstanding performance in March, returning more than 30%. The market has taken notice of the cryptocurrency’s heroic quest to unseat Dogecoin as the top meme-inspired digital asset.

Despite a brief lull, SHIB’s market capitalization of around $18 billion points to a competitive race ahead, possibly closing the gap with Dogecoin.

The XRP Legal Case: A Turning Point for Ripple

Ripple, the creator of the cryptocurrency, potentially faces a $2 billion fine from the SEC, putting XRP at a pivotal point in time. The result of the legal dispute, which is anticipated to happen when Ripple’s report is due on April 22, may have a big effect on XRP’s market standing and its 10% monthly gains in March.

Watching the events closely, investors believe that XRP’s ranking as one of the top cryptocurrencies will be upheld.

WEN: Catching Up on the Meme Wave

WEN, a meme coin that Jupiter, the top DEX aggregator in Solana, introduced, has experienced a meteoric rise with gains of over 300% in the previous month.

Its exposure has increased recently thanks to listings on well-known websites like Bybit and Crypto.com, and Coinbase and Binance listings are about to come. With a $300 million market capitalization, WEN offers a special chance for investors drawn to the meme coin craze.

Cardano: Looking for Lost Territory

With only 4% growth in March, Cardano (ADA), despite its technological promise and dedicated community, has struggled to match the performance of its competitors. According to a previous ETHNews report, Avalanche is a fierce competitor for Cardano, which has lost ground to Dogecoin as the eighth-largest cryptocurrency.

However, given the current state of the Cardano ecosystem and the general optimism in the market, the next few weeks may present a chance for a turnaround.

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