Trading in bitcoin was partially suspended on Friday after the bitcoin trading price graph of the cryptocurrency plummeted. Prices dropped 44 per cent from last weekend’s record highs. Many commentators have warned that the surge is a bubble that could soon burst.
Bitcoin: Why has the cryptocurrency’s value plummeted? Friday’s fall prompted three exchanges to halt trading. One, Coinbase, said buying and selling was disabled as a result of technical problems caused by high traffic. The drop, which also affected other cryptocurrencies, is believed to be a result of panic selling amid speculation that the bitcoin bubble could be about to burst. Just as people feared missing out on the way up, the idea you can actually lose money is also a new emotion investors are experiencing and people, especially retail investors, are selling manically on the way down.
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