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Bitcoin fell below $ 4,000

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Bitcoin fell below $ 4,000
November 26
13:00 2018

Bitcoin,the most popular cryptocurrency in the world and, at the same time, the most mysterious asset for investors, has hit rock bottom. This time, the rate of the virtual currency unit has dropped below 4 thousand US dollars for the first time since the last fall. During the bidding period, the price was dropping to $ 3,860 per crypto unit.

Last week we wrote about the fall of BTC below the psychological border of $ 5,000. Then it was noted that the rate had fallen by 20% in the last 5 sessions. This trend has arisen due to negative sentiment in the cryptocurrency environment and uncertainty about the future of the market. In principle, the forecast has not changed; it is unlikely that another “boom” is waiting for cryptocurrencies.

 

The material was prepared with the participation of Katya Gordon,
a leading analyst of the brokerage company CT Trade

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