Crypto Values Drop to Lower Vantage Points

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Mar/08/2018

The price of cryptocurrencies across all markets has been dropping in value quite a bit over the past 48 hours. BTC/USD markets started tumbling on March 5, after the price reached a high of $11,650 during the evening trading sessions. Following the peak, the value dropped to $10,600 on March 6 losing $1,000 in value.  Scroll Down for More

Currently, the aggregated valuation of all digital assets is roughly $400 billion at the time of publication. At the moment BTC/USD markets are averaging $9,200, after coasting along at above $9,800 a few hours ago. Volume is a touch higher than last week with $9.3Bn in 24-hour global trade volume. 

Twenty four hour volumes for the top 100 cryptocurrencies are all seeing percent losses minus four assets. Most coins are seeing losses between 2-20 percent today.

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