Bitcoin cae debajo del límite de $30.000 en medio del colapso de las criptomonedas

Andrew Griffin
miércoles 11 mayo 2022 17:20

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El bitcoin cayó bajo el límite de US$30.000, un precio que se cree que es un hito a medida que la criptomoneda se derrumba.

Se negociaba entre US$29.200 y US$29.500, fluctuaba bastante en medio de una volatilidad más amplia en las monedas digitales y las acciones tecnológicas.

Poco después, volvió a subir por encima de los US$30.000, continuó con la tendencia de rondar ese precio histórico en los últimos días.

Esto significa que el bitcoin ahora ha bajado casi un 9 por ciento durante el último día y alrededor del 23 por ciento durante la última semana.

Eso concuerda con gran parte del resto del mercado de criptomonedas. Ethereum cayó un 22 por ciento en la última semana, por ejemplo, y el mercado en su conjunto perdió casi un 13 por ciento en las últimas 24 horas.

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