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The Crypto market encounters a rough day as various currencies decline



Crypto Crash Analyst Warns Investors of Market’s Dangers

After a bullish past few days, the crypto market suffered a price dip on Tuesday as cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Shiba Inu, face a price decline. The global crypto market cap saw a 2% decrease over the last day; it presently stands at $1.2 trillion. The market’s most valuable currency, Bitcoin, broke the $25,000 mark the day earlier. However, its prices dipped below $25,000 today. Livemint reports that Bitcoin was trading at $24,167; it had crossed the $25,000 mark for the first time since June. 

Ethereum and other coins also faced the dip

Ethereum, the second largest cryptocurrency, decreased by over 6% to $1,895. The coin broke the $2,000 barrier on Saturday for the first time since May 31. The Ethereum investors have enjoyed the price rise over the past few days. The cryptocurrency is about to complete the much talked about software upgrade during the mid-September merge. Several crypto analysts have predicted a price downfall after the merge; the investors are ready to advantage of the short-term price rise. 

Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, and other currencies

Livemint reports that Dogecoin was trading more than 3% lower at $0.07, while Shiba Inu stood at $0.000016. Other cryptocurrencies include XRP, BNB, Litecoin, Tether, Tron, Avalanche, Stellar, Polygon, Uniswap, Apecoin, Polkadot, and Chainlink, also faced a price decline in the last 24 hours. Edul Patel, CEO and Co-founder of Mudrex, suggested that Bitcoin try to break the $25,000 resistance level. However, the failure to break the mark indicates the $24,000 mark; the next support level stands at $23,500. The crypto market faced several challenges from federal policies earlier this year. The market slump resulted from higher inflation rates; prices of the crypto giant fell by over 50%, changing the market dynamics. Though the currencies are in the recovery phase, they are still far away from the earlier graph.