Since the beginning of the year to July, the capitalization of the cryptocurrency market has lost more than 70%, falling below $200 billion for the first time this year. On Tuesday, market capitalization shrank to the lowest level since November last year at $191 billion compared to a peak of $814 billion in January, according to data from the CoinMarketCap portal. According to CoinDesk, the bitcoin rate fell by 5%, falling for the first time since the end of June below the mark of 6 thousand dollars. In the last 24 hours, 98 of the 100 largest cryptocurrencies in terms of capitalization have fallen in price. Ethereum has fallen in price by 17% and has fallen below 300 dollars for the first time since November. The price of Bitcoin Cash decreased by 15%.
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