James Mickleboro | May 23, 2018 It has been yet another disappointing 24 hours of trade for the crypto market with heavy declines being seen across the board. This has left the entire value of the crypto market at US$365.4 billion according to Coin Market Cap, down 4.5% or US$17 billion since this time yesterday.

Here is the state of play on Wednesday morning: The Bitcoin (BTC) price is down 3% over the last 24 hours to US$8,157.25 per coin, leaving the world’s largest cryptocurrency with a market capitalisation of US$139.1 billion. Bitcoin appears to have come under pressure due to a failed technical breakout which… Enter your email below for FREE access to this article and all the content on the site.

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It has been yet another disappointing 24 hours of trade for the crypto market with heavy declines being seen across the board. This has left the entire value of the crypto market at US$365.4 billion according to Coin Market Cap, down 4.5% or US$17 billion since this time yesterday.

Here is the state of play on Wednesday morning: The Bitcoin (BTC) price is down 3% over the last 24 hours to US$8,157.25 per coin, leaving the world’s largest cryptocurrency with a market capitalisation of US$139.1 billion. Bitcoin appears to have come under pressure due to a failed technical breakout which analysts suspect could send it below US$8,000. Read more from fool.com.au…

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