The Crypto Price Crash Is Not All That Bad, Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Mind The...

The Crypto Price Crash Is Not All That Bad, Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Mind The...

Cryptocurrency prices are plummeting. According to one estimate, crypto assets have lost around $1.35 trillion ($1.9 trillion) in value since November, with some crypto price crashing by as much as 80%. Many investors are in a tight spot. The good news is that world economy isn’t poorer. As a result, there won’t be much of an economic response to the new prices. Crypto Price Fall Dominates Headline The recent crypto news has been dominated by the price collapse of numerous major currencies. Since November, the price of bitcoin has been dropping. The price of cryptocurrencies....


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