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Cryptocurrencies got smoked overnight, with bitcoin falling below $6,000. Prices have regained some steam Tuesday morning, and are mostly in the green.
Here’s the full scoreboard:
- Bitcoin (BTC): $6,987 (+1.3%)
- Ethereum (ETH): $700 (+1.4%)
- Ripple (XRP): $0.68 (+1.4%)
- Bitcoin Cash (BCC): $879 (-0.5%)
- Litecoin (LTC): $125 (+1.0%)
What else is happening:
- Bitcoin is now up as wild price swings continue in the crypto market
- ‘It doesn’t die and it comes back stronger’: Bitcoin believers are digging in amid the crypto bloodbath
- Nvidia is going to have to prove it’s not just a cryptocurrency company.
- GOLDMAN SACHS: Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies tend to be locked together – and that’s a big problem.
- Money was pouring into crypto during the stock market’s selloff on Monday.
- Traders on Robinhood, which now supports cryptocurrencies, ramped up deposits during Monday’s market bloodbath.
- Ripple’s XRP is the biggest loser of the cryptocurrency bloodbath so far, and is down 80% from its January peak.