The cryptocurrency market flashed green Wednesday following a major downturn.
Bitcoin fell below $6,000 on Tuesday, a decline that brings the price of the world's largest cryptocurrency to within 2 percent of its 2018 low.
The price of Ethereum (ETH) just fell below $300 for the first time since November 12 of last year.
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Bitcoin (BTC) now makes up 50 percent of the entire cryptocurrency market capitalization.
The price of Ethereum Classic (ETC) is down more than 30 percent after going live on the Coinbase exchange just two days ago.
Wednesday was a tough day for the cryptocurrency market at large, as several data points collected by CoinDesk illustrate.
Cryptocurrency investors continue to turn risk averse as the total cryptocurrency market capitalization sinks to a new annual low.
Stellar (XLM) was the best performing cryptocurrency amongst the 25 largest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization during the month of July.
The price of bitcoin fell below $8,000 for the fourth time in seven days as the cryptocurrency's value sank to its lowest level since July 23rd.