Cryptocurrency crash and facts you need to know

After the two-day downfall, the price of bitcoin gradually went up 1.75 percent Thursday morning at $ 11,341.50, Coinmarketcap understood. While other digital currencies such as etherum and ripple. The former slumped to over $1,000, and the latter rose to $1.42 from $1 yesterday.

Bitcoin, the world’s most famous virtual currency, dropped sharply below $10,000 on Wednesday, the first time since December, according to CoinDesk report. All other major cryptocurrencies also suffered a massive blow amid fears of South Korea’s effort to ban the exchange of digital cash.

South Korea has announced its plan to block crypto exchanges as well as conduct research in the blockchain used by cryptocurrencies. The East Asian nation contributes 5 to 15 percent of worldwide’s daily bitcoin trading, considered extremely speculative more than in any part of the world.

Cryptocurrencies are luring young investors despite their volatility and being considered illegal by some countries. The presence of technology is attributed to the fact that people can obtain digital money easily. Most governments around the globe have rejected digital cash as a legitimate means of payment.

Facts about the recent bitcoin prices fall

Here are some of the facts about the recent crypto crash newbies need (and probably want)to know:,/p>

  • Ethereum slid 24 percent in a day and Ripple fell as much as third, as Coinmarket Cap reported.
  • The bitcoin’s market cap plummeted to $165 billion against $ 232 billion a day before. The cap reached $253 billion on Jan.9.
  • Bitcoin fell around 18 percent in a day and was traded at $9,810 and Etherum traded at $815 on the Luxemburg-based Bitstamp.

    Will the price be more stable?

    There will be no firm answers to such a question. Crypto’s new technology and the way countries adapt to this digital currency are the main causing factors that help the price of bitcoin to rise and fall sporadically. In 2017, for example, Bitcoin’s value rose sharply from $1,000 to $20,000 before plunging to $13,00 at the end of the year.

    The price can be more stable if more people can access this cryptocurrency technology and individual holders can control their power over the digital cash. Government regulation may cause the price to fall drastically (like what happened in China and South Korea). However, in the future, it can calm down speculations. News Wire & Equity Research: +31 084-0032-842

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