Most of the cryptocurrencies in the cryptocurrency market have fallen by more than 16% and the market has experienced another major correction as the bitcoin price has dropped by 14%.
The price of Bitcoin has dropped below $9,000 and is currently trading at $8,704. Many investors are now wondering about the bitcoin crash reasons.
The major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin Cash, Stellar, Ripple and Cardano have also dropped by 12-16%. Analysts have shown their concern towards Ripple because it fell below the $1 mark for the second time in two weeks.
For many bitcoin investors, the mark of $10,000 is a psychological threshold. Similarly, the $1 mark indicates the same threshold for XRP or Ripple investors. We can clearly see that Ripple’s price has recovered after dropping below $1, whereas the XRP’s price has fallen below $1 twice within the past 2 weeks.
Other cryptocurrencies are also struggling to show signs of short-term recovery. Cardano and Bitcoin Cash have remained constant for weeks and have continued to maintain their positions as the 4th and 5th most valued cryptocurrencies in the market. In the past week, these two cryptocurrencies have dropped significantly, while the other cryptocurrencies have moved in the same trend. Over the last 24 hours, many major cryptocurrencies have suffered losses and also, there’s been a decline in the value of many virtual currencies.
The whole cryptocurrency market has fallen by almost $120 billion and the previous month had been a slump for the cryptocurrency market. Even after the major corrections, the market usually records gains in the mid-term, often on a monthly basis but based on the momentum indicators, daily trading volume, and overall interest, it looks dubious that we’d see a rise in the cryptocurrency market by a large margin in the short-term.
Well, it is a feasible period for many newcomers to enter the cryptocurrency market, but on the other hand, it is not actually the best time to invest in the market. Investment in the market would be an option if it shows some signs of recovery in the short-term, but at this time, the most important thing is to expand the assets and minimize the risks.
What Triggered the Crash?
We’ve seen that the cryptocurrency market was hit with a series of developments and negative news. Even some regions are still struggling to recover from trading ban FUD that was started by the government of South Korean and now, the Indian government.
The cryptocurrency market was typically composed of casula investors and speculators, who’ve been keeping their eyes on the short-term profits. However, the speculators left the market after the slump in the price of most cryptocurrencies. So apparently, the market needs to struggle in order to recover.