It’s the second week of January, and Bitcoin price has been in a bear market.
At this point, investors are not only shorting the crypto currency but also buying more.
The latest market news is a report that Bitcoin’s price fell to a new low.
At the time of writing, Bitcoin was trading at $1338.93.
This means Bitcoin’s market cap is now $1.3 billion, according to CoinMarketCap.
At a current price of $1,958, that is a profit of $9.9 billion.
Bitcoin has been the subject of many news stories in recent weeks, such as Bitcoin.com’s coverage of the recent Bitcoin ETF fiasco and the Bitcoin Cash controversy.
However, it is worth noting that Bitcoin has been relatively stable for several years.
It was trading around $1300 at the end of 2017.
Last week, the Bitcoin price lost 1% from its previous high, as the cryptocurrency plunged to a low of $1350.
This is an improvement, but is still quite a loss.
In terms of the news, the cryptocurrency market is not doing well.
As the price of Bitcoin is currently around $10,000, it will likely remain at that level for a while.
The last time Bitcoin was this low was in early October.
It will be interesting to see how long the price will stay in this bear market phase.
The Bitcoin price peaked at $12,000 in late August, but it has since been falling, reaching $7,800 in late October.
The reason for the fall was the Bitcoin network’s block size debate.
Bitcoin supporters have been vocal about their belief that the block size should be increased from 1MB to 2MB, and more importantly, from 8MB to 10MB.
However, some people argue that this will lead to increased inflation, a risk that will only increase with more Bitcoin use.
Bitcoin has shown some signs of stabilizing during the Bitcoin’s recent price drop.
But what about those who believe that the price is artificially low?
Are investors buying Bitcoin because they think it is too cheap?
Or are they buying Bitcoin to cash out in the event of a downturn in the world economy?
In an article on the CNBC website, a former senior advisor to Bitcoin.
Com, Adam Lee, wrote that it is unlikely that Bitcoin will be trading at a discount this year.
Lee said that the company will be selling coins at a loss to fund future investments.
Lee wrote: “We think the market will continue to decline, with the majority of the value of Bitcoin coming from speculative activity.
We think a return to profitability for Bitcoin would be hard to come by given the extreme volatility.”
Lee is not alone in his prediction.
As of the end, there are almost 100 cryptocurrencies trading at over $10 billion.
The Bitcoin price is currently hovering around $11,000.
Source: CryptoCoins News