Crypto markets rebound to red, volatility remains high

March 11: after a day of slight recovery, the cryptocurrency market rebounds to red, the majority of assets listed on Coin360 having lost their value.

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Bitcoin (BTC) a At the time of publication, it has slightly recovered, trading around $ 9,224 with an impairment loss of 2.43% over the past 24 hours.

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The total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies has decreased since the peak of the year. 39 yesterday 390 billion dollars to about 379 billion dollars, knowing a lower intraday of 351 billion dollars

Ethereum (ETH) lost 2.47% of its value in 24 hours and is trading to $ 717 at the time of the press.

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Earlier this week, On March 6, the South Korean government banned its officials from holding and negotiating cryptocurrency.

On March 8, the Japan Financial Services Agency (FSA) released exchanges and suspended two others after performing the inspections caused by the January Coincheck hack.