The value of bitcoin slipped Monday below $5,000 (4,367 euros) for the first time since October 2017 as volatility returned to the cryptocurrency market. Continue reading Bitcoin falls below $5,000 for first time since Oct 2017 at Vanguard News Nigeria.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies slumped again on Monday as sentiment continued to sour over the outlook for the industry following a split in one of the main tokens and amid a step up in regulatory scrutiny.
Cryptocurrencies resumed their slump on Monday, with bitcoin falling below the US$5,000 mark for the first time since October 2017, in the wake of increased regulatory scrutiny of initial coin offerings and the split of one of the largest tokens. Bitcoin decl…
In the past week Bitcoin has lost more than $1,000 of its value – driving it to new, 13-month lows. What’s driving it and can it recover?
Bitcoin is now down 18 percent this week, falling to its lowest level in more than a year.
Cryptocurrencies resumed their slump on Monday, with Bitcoin falling toward $5,000 in the wake of a split of one of the largest major tokens
Bitcoin was last down 5.2 percent at $5270.
Some are calling it the crypto winter as analysts predict the price could fall to US$1,500
Nasdaq 100 futures fell more than 1 per cent ahead of the market’s open on Friday as an unexpectedly weak sales guidance from chipmaker Nvidia knocked the wider semiconductor sector and further fuelled concerns that chip demand could be set for a slowdown.
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