Crypto Funds Hit by Redemptions as Investors Retreat From Bitcoin
Investors have been diversifying out of bitcoin and into altcoin investment products, according to CoinShares.
Crypto doesn't like or want kings. Elon Musk is finding that out the hard way.
The crypto car drove to the dump Monday as most blockchain assets fell.
Elon Musk's tweets spur the latest drop.
The amount destroyed equates to almost half of SHIB’s total circulating supply.
BTC remains in a consolidation phase after failing to sustain moves above $64,000.
One trading firm says it's now "very cautious of a gap toward $35K level."
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