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Bitcoin Crashes Back to $35k Triggering $367 Million in Liquidations

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Bitcoin (BTC) plummeted back to ,100 on Tuesday after briefly rallying as high as ,000 late last week. The collapse has triggered over 7 million in liquidations across the crypto market in the past 24 hours. According to Coinglass, over 0 million in liquidations have occurred in the past hour alone. Across the day, over 103,000 traders have been liquidated, with the largest being a BTC-USDT swap on OKX valued at .45 million. Bitcoin started the day trading for roughly ,700, pumping in response to better-than-expected U.S. CPI data. However, it trades for roughly ,400 at writing time. Bitcoin traded at an 18-month high of ,800 last Thursday as excitement over a potential spot Bitcoin ETF approval in the United States continued to rage. However, JP

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Bitcoin (BTC) plummeted back to $35,100 on Tuesday after briefly rallying as high as $38,000 late last week.

The collapse has triggered over $367 million in liquidations across the crypto market in the past 24 hours.

  • According to Coinglass, over $200 million in liquidations have occurred in the past hour alone.
  • Across the day, over 103,000 traders have been liquidated, with the largest being a BTC-USDT swap on OKX valued at $9.45 million.
  • Bitcoin started the day trading for roughly $36,700, pumping in response to better-than-expected U.S. CPI data. However, it trades for roughly $35,400 at writing time.
  • Bitcoin traded at an 18-month high of $37,800 last Thursday as excitement over a potential spot Bitcoin ETF approval in the United States continued to rage.
  • However, JP Morgan analysts warned at the time that the rally might be overdone and that the actual impact of an ETF on Bitcoin’s price may be less than expected.
  • Since the pump, asset management giant BlackRock has also filed for a spot Ethereum ETF, which subsequently brought Ether (ETH)’s price above $2000. As of Tuesday, ETH trades down 6% at $1,974.
Bitcoin / USD. Source: TradingView

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