02/07/19 05:00 UTC-4

The price of Bitcoin fell below $10,000: a sharp collapse of the course

Bitcoin has crashed below $10,000
Bitcoin has crashed below $10,000

As of the morning of July 2, the cost of the first cryptocurrency has plummeted to $9,808. The coin plummeted sharply, dropping more than $1,000 in just 24 hours.


Bitcoin: the fall of the course

According to statistics, the rate of the main cryptocurrency fell below the support line of 10,000 dollars. Now, the price is fixed at $ 9,808. The total market capitalization of the asset also dropped to $175,083,313,346 USD (equivalent to 17,792,650 BTC). It is important to note that during the recent appreciation of the course, the total value was above $200 billion.

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In addition, Bitcoin has lost a significant part of the average daily tradingTrading
– is an economic term that means the process of independent trade, independent analysis of the market and the conclusion of trade transactions.Details
volume. At the time of writing, the volume of trading in the first cryptocurrency is $28,732,945,309 USD, which is equivalent to 2,922,216 BTC.

A sharp collapse of the Bitcoin rate, the price has fallen below $10,000. Recall that although the cost of the first cryptocurrency falls, the complexity of miningMining
– is a type of activity for creating new blocks in the Blockchain to ensure proper system operation. Details
has reached an annual maximum. Although a correlation between the course of digital gold and its mining was noticed earlier, today with a decline in the rate, complexity does not decrease. 

Editor: Yulia Krasnaya

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19/07/19 06:30 UTC-4

Launch of the first friendly Zcash fork – Ycash

Today, July 19th, the first "friendly" fork of the Zcash blockchain (ZEC) is to be held. The founder of the fork called Ycash is Howard Loo, one of the key members of the Zcash project team, – reported on the forum.

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