For everything from technicals to turnover, market indicators for the biggest cryptocurrency, which has lost a third of its value in only two months, are flashing red or amber. There isn’t much information about crypto winters, which we define as prolonged bearishness lasting a month or more, in the brief history of Bitcoin.
Five have happened since 2017, and three have happened since 2021. The two falls from the previous year, which lasted 14 and 10 weeks, devalued bitcoin by 45 to 47%. The most recent collapse in bitcoin, a 36 percent loss in eight weeks, would still be far from done if business as usual continued.
The entire market value was $913.73 billion at 8:00 AM IST, down 1.15 percent from the previous day, according to data from CoinMarketCap.
Bitcoin is down 1.19 percent from its top, trading at $20,344
The price of Ethereum decreased as well, dropping 1.81 percent to $1,151. The USDT Tether’s value decreased by 0.02 percent over the past day, while the USDC stablecoins increased by 0.02 percent and maintained their peg at $1.
The BNB token decreased by 0.96 percent while Solana sank by 4.29 percent. For XRP Ripple, there was a 1.75 percent decrease trend the day before. The value of the ADA token climbed by 0.65%. Dogecoin’s value dropped by 3.03 percent.
The “Worry and Greed” Index for Bitcoin has reached a value of 10, which indicates extremely high levels of dread. Nubank customers in Brazil can now purchase Bitcoin and Ethereum. The fact that Berkshire Hathaway holds a large stake in the bank is interesting to note. It’s crucial to remember that Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, has publicly voiced his doubts regarding cryptocurrencies.