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Bitcoin Drops Below $60,000 as $500 Million in Crypto Gets Liquidated in One Hour

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Wed, 27/10/2021 - 8:52
Bitcoin Drops Below $60,000 as $500 Million in Crypto Gets Liquidated in One Hour
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According to data provided by CoinMarketCap, the two largest crypto assets, Bitcoin and Ethereum, have declined in price, going below $60,000 and $4,000, as over 500 million USD in liquidations across exchanges were noticed by the Bybt service.

$500 million in crypto liquidated in an hour

The king crypto has gone down below the $60,000 level, dragging Ethereum along with it to the area below $4,000. ETH has recovered above $4,000 by now, however.

According to data shared by Bybt, over the past hour, a total of $517.02 million worth of crypto positions have been liquidated across multiple crypto exchanges.

A total of $503.9 million of that were liquidated in longs on Binance, Bitfinex, Huobi, Bitmex, FTX and other digital trading platforms.

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Thus, Bitcoin lost almost $2,000 in just a few minutes. Besides, funding rates on various crypto exchanges spiked dangerously and the level of Bitcoin Fear and Greed dropped from the highest mark in more than half a year.

Besides, Bitcoin long-term traders seem to be withdrawing some of their profits; this is what usually happens after BTC reaches a new all-time high.

BTC hit a new lifetime peak of $66,930 on Oct. 20.

Chinese crypto journalist and blogger Colin Wu believes that the Bitcoin price drop could be caused by the fall in the US and Asia-Pacific stock markets.

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