Bitcoin's plunge below $29,000 wipes out ALL of this year's gains
The world’s top digital asset, bitcoin, has suffered a daily plunge of over 11%, dragging the cryptocurrency down to its lowest level this year – $28,993 as of 13:54 GMT on Tuesday, according to data tracked by CoinMarketCap.
The plunge comes a day after the People’s Bank of China, in a further extension of its nationwide crackdown on cryptocurrencies, summoned banks and payment companies and ordered them to stop facilitating crypto transactions.
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According to technical analysts, the next level to watch for support could now be as low as $20,000.
“$30,000 – we’ll see if it holds on the day. We might plunge below it for a while and close above it. If it’s really breached, $25,000 is the next big level of support,” Galaxy Investment Partners CEO Mike Novogratz told CNBC.
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