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Bitcoin Falls Below $1 Trillion Market Cap Following Bloody Week: The Crypto Weekly Recap

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This week saw a serious correction in the total cryptocurrency market. This has resulted in Bitcoin falling below the trillion market cap level. The price corrected by more than 20% at one point as it lost around ,000 from the recent all-time high before correcting to where it currently trades at around K.In all fairness, Bitcoin’s downturn followed that of the entire legacy market. As we reported earlier, NASDAQ saw the biggest slump since October last year as government bond yields gave the market a jolt, and investors favor companies that would benefit from a broader economic recovery throughout the rest of the year.In any case, the correlation between the traditional financial markets in the face of some of the largest indices, such as the NASDAQ Composite and the S&P 500, is

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This week saw a serious correction in the total cryptocurrency market. This has resulted in Bitcoin falling below the $1 trillion market cap level. The price corrected by more than 20% at one point as it lost around $13,000 from the recent all-time high before correcting to where it currently trades at around $48K.

In all fairness, Bitcoin’s downturn followed that of the entire legacy market. As we reported earlier, NASDAQ saw the biggest slump since October last year as government bond yields gave the market a jolt, and investors favor companies that would benefit from a broader economic recovery throughout the rest of the year.

In any case, the correlation between the traditional financial markets in the face of some of the largest indices, such as the NASDAQ Composite and the S&P 500, is more than evident. Nevertheless, the cryptocurrency market, in general, took a beating over the last week as it saw more than $300 billion wiped off its capitalization.

Not every coin is in the red, though. Cardano’s ADA doesn’t seem to care much about the rest of the market and continues to increase. It managed to overtake Tether’s USDT stablecoin and became the third-largest cryptocurrency by means of market capitalization. Interestingly enough, a large Dubai-based investment fund said that it would sell $750 million in Bitcoin to buy more ADA and Polkadot’s DOT.

To no one’s surprise, MicroStrategy continues to buy Bitcoin at an accelerated rate. The company announced yet another $1 billion BTC buy this week which came after the convertible senior notes offering.

In any case, it might be the case that the recent correction was a healthy one. The truth is that this bull run had almost no serious corrections on the way up, and it’s entirely natural for investors to take profit. In addition to that, the market was overly leveraged, which caused a cascading effect of long liquidations on the way down, adding more fuel to the fire.

Let’s hope that the worst is over, and let’s see what the next week has in store!

Market Data

Market Cap: $1494B | 24H Vol: 233B | BTC Dominance: 59.6%

BTC: $47,820 (-7.8%) | ETH: $1,525 (-21.3%) | XRP: $0.442 (-17.1%)

3 Possible Reasons Why Bitcoin Plunged Over 15% in 24 Hours. Bitcoin dipped by more than 15 in less than 24 hours and took the entire market down with it. With this in mind, we take a look at three of the possible reasons for the most recent downturn in the market, which resulted in the loss of more than $300 billion in its capitalization.

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Crypto Investment Fund to Sell $750M in Bitcoin for Cardano and Polkadot. A Dubai-based cryptocurrency investment fund that has more than $1 billion of assets under management (AUM) thinks that the value of Polkadot and Cardano will be higher than that of BTC in the years to come. It has announced that it will sell $750 million of its BTC to buy more ADA and DOT.

JP Morgan: Put 1% In Bitcoin as a Hedge as Demand is ‘Massively Outstripping’ Supply. JP Morgan has supported the narrative that investors should allocate 1% of their portfolio in BTC as a hedge. This was asserted by strategists of the multinational investment bank as more and more people seem to add fuel to the merit that bitcoin could protect assets against the inflating fiat currencies.

Someone Just Moved 100 Bitcoins Now Worth $5M That Only Cost $8 in 2010. An early bitcoin adopter who has mined 100 BTC back in 2010, which then had a face value of no more than $8, has moved them for the first time in over 11 years. Currently, the bitcoins are worth around $5 million.

MicroStrategy Completes Another $1 Billion Bitcoin Buy. MicroStrategy, the company, spearheaded by one of Bitcoin’s most vocal proponents, Michael Saylor, has bought another $1 billion worth of the cryptocurrency. This comes shortly after they conducted a convertible senior note offering to raise the money.

Charts

This week we have a chart analysis of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Polkadot, and Chainlink – click here for the full price analysis.

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