Bitcoin
$22,985.77
-135.61
(-0.59%)
Ethereum
$1,576.34
-12.61
(-0.79%)
Ripple
$0.40
-0
(-0.95%)
Litecoin
$94.20
-0.77
(-0.81%)
EOS
$1.02
-0.05
(-4.32%)
Cardano
$0.38
-0.02
(-5.08%)
Stellar
$0.09
-0
(-2.64%)
NEO
$7.91
-0.26
(-3.19%)
NEM
$0.04
0
(+3.27%)
DigitalCash
$58.43
-2.46
(-4.04%)
Tether
$1.00
0
(0%)
Binance Coin
$306.90
-5.69
(-1.82%)
QTUM
$2.56
-0.12
(-4.44%)
Verge
$0.00
0
(+0.07%)
Ontology
$0.20
-0.01
(-3.99%)
ZCash
$44.25
-1.3
(-2.85%)
Steem
$0.19
-0
(-1.16%)

Bitcoin drops $1,900 in minutes. $66 million in liquidations.

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$1.6 billion: recent Bitcoin volatility liquidates billions, sends open interest reeling

It’s no secret that 2020 has been a crazy year for the crypto markets, with Bitcoin incurring an intense and unwavering uptrend throughout January and February, before erasing all of these gains and nearing its 2018 lows in a sharp movement seen on March 12th.

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