Bitcoin Price Suffers Nasty Plunge, but It’s Too Early to Panic

Bitcoin Price Suffers Nasty Plunge, but It’s Too Early to Panic

Some unfortunate news is in the bitcoin books. Following an outage of global digital currency exchange Bitfinex, everybody’s favorite coin has undergone quite a plunge, and is hovering around $671 USD at press time, a drop of nearly $100 in the last 48 hours. Bitcoin Price Plunges Following Bitfinex Outage. As Bitcoinist.net recently wrote: “The Bitcoin price has taken a tumble today with the Bitfinex trading outage, starting around 5 PM Eastern Time, and continuing into the night… Bitfinex is citing “server migration issues” as the source of the outage delaying their projected re-launch....


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