Cryptocurrency Prices for the 8th of August: The Cryptocurrency Fell by a Record $500 Overnight

According to the online platform Coin360, over the past 24 hours Bitcоin (BTC) significantly decreased. It dropped by 7.55%. The price at the time of writing is $6527 per coin.

 

cryptocurrency price chartCryptocurrencies also significantly decreased in price:

Bitcoin Cash lost 12.64% in the past 24 hours and costs $618 per coin;

Ripple fell by 14.03%, and its price is $0.35;

EOS decreased by 14.17% and is worth $6.08;

Litecoin dropped by 11.47%, and its value is $66;

Stellar lost 9.54% and costs $0.21;

Dash became cheaper by 9.42%, its price is $183 per coin;

Ethereum lost 9.63% in the last 24 hours. Its cost is $370 per coin.

The total market capitalization decreased by approximately 20 billion and is $231 billion. Bitcoin accounts for 48.6% of the total volume. It is $112 billion in monetary terms.

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Google’s AI Stated Bitcoin Is “A Collapsed Economic Bubble”

If you still do not understand what is happening with the cryptocurrency market, in particular with the prices of all digital coins, Google’s AI gave a kind of interesting answer. By entering the search request “Bitcoin”, you may see the following card which defined Bitcoin as “a collapsed economic bubble”.


Source: Finance Magnates

In a couple of hours the definition was edited, claiming: “Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, a form of electronic cash. It is a decentralized digital currency without a central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user-to-user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries.”

The algorithm which aggregates the information displays the useful cards in the sidebar automatically. However, such a sentence clearly shows that the company’s AI system considers the bitcoin market as an economic bubble.

The CEO of Google Sundar Pichai explained that Google’s AI looks at every keyword based on “things like relevance, freshness, popularity and how other people are using it”.

Looking from this point of view, it means that the real reason why such a card displayed is that people downgraded Bitcoin and lost any hope in it.

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Cryptocurrency Prices Today, December 14: Cryptocurrencies Are in the Red Zone Again

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Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Litecoin, Cardano, Stellar, IOTA, Dash, Monero: Cryptocurrency prices

According to the online platform Coingecko, Bitcoin (BTC) lost 3.4% over the past 24 hours. The price at the time of writing is $3298 per coin.

Cryptocurrencies moved to the red zone:

Bitcoin Cash lost 11.17% over the past 24 hours and costs $82 per coin;

Ripple fell by 1.89% and is $0.29 in price;

EOS minus 4.67%, and its cost is $1.88;

Litecoin decreased by 2.35%, and its price is $23;

Cardano lost 4.17%, and its value is $0.028;

Stellar dropped by 6.46% and costs $0.10;

IOTA minus 4.53%, and its cost is $0.24;

Dash lost 4.67%, and its price is $61;

Monero became cheaper by 1.61% and costs $42.

Over the past 24 hours, Ethereum lost 3.95% and continues to decline. The coin exchange rate is $85, according to Coin 360.

The total market capitalization fell to $104 billion. Bitcoin accounts for 55% of the total volume. In monetary terms, this is $57 billion.

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Cryptocurrency Prices Today, December 13: BTC and Other Cryptocurrencies Remain Stable

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Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Litecoin, Cardano, Stellar, IOTA, Dash, Monero: Cryptocurrency prices

According to the online platform Coingecko, Bitcoin (BTC) remained stable over the past 24 hours and slightly increased in price – by 0.2%. The price at the time of writing is $3415 per coin.

Cryptocurrencies changed in price very slightly:

Bitcoin Cash lost 2% over the past 24 hours and costs $96 per coin;

Ripple dropped by 0.78% and is $0.30 in price;

EOS added 1.91%, and its price is $2.01;

Litecoin minus 2.04%, and its cost is $24;

Cardano grew by 0.06%, and its value is $0.030;

Stellar lost 1.81% and costs $0.11;

IOTA dropped by 0.53%, and its cost is $0.24;

Dash fell by 1.06%, and its price is $65;

Monero decreased by 2.06%, and its rate is $43.

Over the past 24 hours, Ethereum lost 0.56%. The coin price is $90, according to Coin 360.

The total market capitalization is $109 billion. Bitcoin accounts for 54.9% of the total volume. In monetary terms, it is $59 billion.

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Cryptocurrency Prices Today, December 12: Cryptocurrencies Are Relatively Stable

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Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Litecoin, Cardano, Stellar, IOTA, Dash, Monero: Cryptocurrency prices

According to the online platform Coingecko, Bitcoin (BTC) remained stable over the past 24 hours. The price at the time of writing is $3412 per coin.

Cryptocurrencies are both in the red and in the green zone:

Bitcoin Cash lost 4% over the past 24 hours and costs $95 per coin;

Ripple added 0.52% and costs $0.30;

EOS grew by 0.04%, and its price is $1.91;

Litecoin dropped by 0.91%, and its rate is $24;

Cardano increased by 0.32%, and its value is $0.029;

Stellar lost 2.76% and costs $0.11;

IOTA fell by 7.31%, and its cost is $0.24;

Dash decreased by 4.83%, and its price is $65;

Monero became cheaper by 1.40% and costs $43.

Over the past 24 hours, Ethereum lost 1.59%. The coin rate is $89, according to Coin 360.

The total market capitalization is $109 billion. Bitcoin accounts for 54.9% of the total volume. In monetary terms, it is $60 billion.

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Cryptocurrency Prices Today, December 11: Cryptocurrencies Are Once Again in the Red Zone

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Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Litecoin, Cardano, Stellar, IOTA, Dash, Monero: Cryptocurrency prices

According to the online platform Coingecko, Bitcoin (BTC) lost 1.8% over the past 24 hours. The price at the time of writing is $3425 per coin.

Cryptocurrencies are also falling in price:

Bitcoin Cash lost 3.52% over the past 24 hours and costs $99 per coin;

Ripple dropped by 1.43% and is $0.30 in value;

EOS minus 3.41%, and its price is $1.91;

Litecoin decreased by 1.50%, and its rate is $24;

Cardano lost 2.49%, and its cost is $0.029;

Stellar fell by 1.29% and costs $0.11;

IOTA added 2.85%, and its value is $0.24;

Dash lost 3.36%, and its price is $68;

Monero became cheaper at 4.77% and costs $43.

Over the past 24 hours, Ethereum lost 1.43%. The coin exchange rate is $90, according to Coin 360.

The total market capitalization is $110 billion. Bitcoin accounts for 55% of the total volume. In monetary terms, it is $60 billion.

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Andreas Antonopoulos Does Not Think Bitcoin Is in a “Death Spiral”

With the current downtrend of Bitcoin and the crypto market in general, a lot of crypto experts and enthusiasts do not see any bright future for #1 digital coin. The infamous prediction of John McAfee now seems even more far-fetched than before.

However, some people still have faith in BTC. A famous author of books about cryptocurrency and blockchain Andreas Antonopoulos made a video where he explained what a death spiral is and why it does not relate to Bitcoin so far.

According to Antonopoulos, a death spiral arises when the hashrate of the network drops.

Since it is directly connected with the mining complexity, the complexity also reduces together with profitability, causing miners to leave.

However, the author believes this is not the case with Bitcoin, since BTC miners do not react to such price jumps immediately. Their plans are usually calculated for the long-terms results. Only if Bitcoin keep dropping for a significant period of time, the danger of a death spiral may appear.

Part of the reason that’s unlikely to happen is that miners have a much more long-term perspective, meaning that they have existing investments in equipment and they usually purchase electricity on long-term plans, they don’t pay it by the week,” says Antonopoulos.

Hopefully, the crypto author is right, because if miners start leaving the ecosystem of Bitcoin, the coin is doomed.

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