Crypto Market Sees Over $600 Million in Liquidation As BTC Falls Below $25,000
As of December 2020, the price of BTC dropped to about $25,000. Recently, the same occurrence took place in the crypto market. As a result, most altcoins are experiencing a price plunge, resulting in over $600 million in liquidation.
Rundown Of BTC Price In June
BTC looked promising at the dawning of June, hitting a selling price of over $32,000, being its all-week high. Hours later, there was a sudden slump in prices, bringing its selling price to around $30,000. Despite several attempts to push beyond this price, Bitcoin could only remain slightly below it.
This went on for days until the end of the first week of June. However, before the end of the period, the price finally rose to the coveted $30,000. The occurrence created a green bar that broke past the longest bar of the nine successive weekly bearish candles.
This led to a drastic increase in its price, having an additional $1,000 to its initial price. At the time, the asset sold for more than $31,000. Moreover, its market capitalization was approximately $600B, dominating the other coins by over 46%.
In the last seven days, there have been many changes to pick out in the crypto market. It was reported that as of last week, the price of Bitcoin surged to over $32,000. Somehow, BTC failed to retain this price. As such, its selling price retarded by some few thousand dollars, selling at a price lower than $25,000.
The bearish trend began last weekend, and currently, BTC sells at a price just below $23,000. This is the first time in the past 18 months since BTC experienced a similar price drop.
Moreover, the bearish price movement has also affected significant coins like Ethereum. Before now, drawing from a week ago, the price of ETH was approximately $2,000. However, from the current state of the crypto market chart, ETH sells for above $1,200. This is the all-time high of Ethereum in 2018, the second-largest cryptocurrency in the world.
Altcoins Plunged In Prices
The bearish trend of the Bitcoin price is already affecting the rest altcoins. As BTC drops by 10% to 11%, many altcoins fall by double-digits, turning the crypto market red. The crypto market’s affected altcoins are Eth, ADA, SOL, and more.