Bitcoin, the world's largest cryptocurrency through market capitalization, has once again been in contact with a higher crypto market that has reduced its price by more than $ 1,000.
In May. 17 at 2:00 UTC, bitcoin (BTC) dropped 16.7 percent to find a bid below $ 7,000 to $ 6,600 before rising once again behind high volatility, moving above $ 7,000 to where it was currently sitting at $ 7,300, according to CoinMarketCap and CoinDesk data.
In the last 24 hours, bitcoin capitalization has also dropped by over $ 10 billion over a 24-hour period. However, the BTC remains positive over a 7-day period, up to $ 14 billion a week amid high volatility and market misunderstanding at its real price.
Reasons for sellers can be attributed to large sell-orders
Actually a sell-order on Bitstamp exchange for example, 3,645 BTC or $ 26.8 million in US dollar rules, were executed around 2:00 UTC on May 17 and could be one of the main reasons for a sink below $ 7,000.
No small secret when bitcoin moves in value, the rest of the market crypto can also do this as seen by a huge capitulation at daily prices down between 11 and 22 percent in top 100 in CoinMarketCap.
Ether (ETH), bitcoin cash (BCH) and litecoin (LTC) all suffered similar losses between 8 and 16 percent in value while the stellar (XLM), XRP and cardano (ADA) hit top 10 by market capitalization, dropped 16.3, 16.5, 16.7 percent respectively.
The total capitalization of the crypto market has also taken the fall of over $ 29 billion in the last 24 hours indicating uncertainty Disclosure : The author holds USDT on time of writing.
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