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This has been the worst week for cryptocurrency since the bubble burst, with losses now at $700 billion
The great cryptocurrency crash of 2018 is heading for its worst week yet
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Bitcoin price in bizarre free fall as cryptocurrency hits new 2018 low
The price of bitcoin has continued to fall following last week'smarket-wide crash, losing more than a fifth of its value in the space of just a few days. The cryptocurrency is currently trading atits lowest level since October 2017, though analysts are struggling to explain why.
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The Great Cryptocurrency Crash of 2018
It looks like we have an asset bust for the record books in the making. The cryptocurrency crash now under way today surpassed the dot-com bust that occurred at the beginning of themillennium,. While the NASDAQ Composite Index suffered a decline of 78% from its peak in March 2000 to its trough in October 2002,
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The Great Cryptocurrency Crash Of 2018 OpEd Eurasia Review
By Joseph T. Salerno* It looks like we have an asset bust for the record books in the making. The cryptocurrency crash now under way today surpassed the dot-com bust that occurred at the beginning
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Bitcoin Is Crashing, What's Wrong With The Cryptocurrency Market?
Although bitcoin and most other major cryptocurrencies have been relatively stable for a few months, 2018 has been a terrible year for these digital assets so far.
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2018 cryptocurrency crash

The 2018 cryptocurrency crash (also known as the Bitcoin crash and the Great crypto crash) is the sell-off of most cryptocurrencies from January 2018. After an unprecedented boom in 2017, the price of bitcoin fell by about 65 percent during the month from 6 January to 6 February 2018. Subsequently, nearly all other cryptocurrencies also peaked from December 2017 through January 2018, and then followed bitcoin. The cryptocurrencies' market capitalization lost at least 342 billion US dollars in the first quarter of 2018, the largest loss in cryptocurrencies up to that date. By September 2018, cryptocurrencies collapsed 80% from their peak in January 2018, making the 2018 cryptocurrency crash worse than the Dot-com bubble's 78% collapse. By 26 November, bitcoin also fell by over 80% from its peak, having lost almost one-third of its value in the previous week.

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