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Bitcoin, Ether Lose Value as Major Cryptocurrencies Continue to Struggle With Dips

Bitcoin, Ether Lose Value as Major Cryptocurrencies Continue to Struggle With Dips
In the last 24 hours, the value of Bitcoin briefly dropped below $40,000 for the first time since August
Bitcoin and Ether lose value as major cryptocurrencies continue to fight declines

Cryptocurrency prices continue to be affected by instability in China's real estate markets.
Highlights
  • Exchange values of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin witness dips
  • This is the fifth day since major cryptos have been losing value
  • Some cryptos that gained value only rose marginally
Bitcoin dipped by over one percent yesterday. At the time of writing, Bitcoin was trading at Rs. 33,40,022 ($45,471.36), The instability in Bitcoin prices, analysts say, can be linked to the disruptions in China's real estate market in the backdrop of Chinese developer Evergrande's $300 billion worth of debt. This is the fifth day in a row that Bitcoin has seen a slump in values. In the last 24 hours, the value of Bitcoin had briefly dropped below $40,000 – for the first time since August, reports said.


ETH, which is the world's second-largest cryptocurrency, witnessed a slump of 5.07 percent at its opening today. The current exchange value of Ether — the official cryptocurrency of the Ethereum blockchain — is priced at Rs. 2,27,367 ($3,085.37) at the time of writing. Looking at the price history, ETH had dipped even more earlier this week.

With a marginal dip of 2.24 percent, the value of Dogecoin also went down to trade at Rs. 16.31 ($0.22) per token.


Amid the other cryptos, Ripple, Elrond, Bitcoin SV, and Shiba Inu have all witnessed a marginal rise in their exchange values.
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