After an uncertain start to the year, the markets for crypto are again in free fall. Almost all twenty coins on CoinMarketCap are in the red on Monday, Jan. 22, with the biggest loss around 13 percent over a 24-hour period
Bitcoin (BTC) is still approaching $ 10,000, a threshold The BTC is trading around $ 10,709 per press time, with a decline of 8.95% over a 24-hour period
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Ethereum (ETH) is also less than $ 1,000, trading around $ 981 at the time of publication, with a 8.47% drop over a 24-hour period
The fall of the market at the beginning of the year seems to be a repeat of January's previous lows, and 2017 had already seen three big declines in 38, 40 and 29 percent, more than 30 percent of BTC and ETH slides mblent to insert into a previously saved template.
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The only two coins in circulation are EOS, s & # 39; trading around $ 13.29 per press and up 2.10% over 24 hours, and VeChain trading around $ 8.29 and up 6.57% over 24 hours in press time.
Total market capitalization fell to about $ 514 billion in press time, about $ 100 billion less than at the beginning of the year
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