- Top cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Cardano price drops.
- The rival crypto Ethereum was trading at $2,901.56, down 5.23%.
- Cardano was trading at $2.10, down 3.16%.
Top cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Cardano (ADA) price drops to 12%, 15%, and 12% respectively in a week.
Currently, Bitcoin was trading at $41,942.12 dropping 3.48% in the past 24-hours. Moreover, the total market capitalization of BTC is at $789.89 billion, as per CoinMarketCap data. Added to this, Bitcoin slid, riding on the back of fears originating from the Evergrande crisis which is weighing on all the markets across the world.
More so, the falling trajectory is not something that is exclusive to Bitcoin, other digital assets such as Ethereum, Cardano, etc. have slided on the same path. The rival crypto Ethereum was trading at $2,901.56, down 5.23% and its total market cap was at $342 billion.
Aside from this, the Cardano was trading at $2.10, down 3.16%. In addition, Cardano dropped 3.25% over the last week. Similarly, the Binance coin was down 3.85% at $358, however, the currency shed 15.4% over the last week.
Likewise, the price of Ripple also dropped 3% in a day. Furthermore, the global crypto market is moving in the red. Notably, the primary reason for this was the Evergrande crisis which is dubbed as China’s Lehman Brothers crisis.
Adde to this, the stock markets around the globe had an impact because of the uncertainty emanating from Evengrande’s crisis. In fact, the crisis sends a shock wave not only to the equity markets across the globe but also to the cryptocurrency market.
The crypto price drop is not permanent. When the demand to buy crypto increases, the price of the crypto will also increase. Specifically, currently, there are more sellers than buyers in the crypto space. Price reversal can happen anytime from now.