Bitcoin prices today fell under $9,000, as governments around the world start to enforce new regulatory framework.
Bank of America just listed cryptocurrencies as a risk factor in its latest filing.
The bank said crypto coins could affect profitability and revenue in the future.
The scheduled Litecoin hard fork will create a new cryptocurrency, Litecoin Cash.
For every Litecoin someone owns, they will receive 10 LCC.
Bitcoin prices today are falling below $9,000.
Investors are afraid of increased regulations and potential scams in the cryptocurrency space.
The Dow Jones today dove as investor uncertainty rises and Alan Greenspan – former Federal Reserve Chair during the 2001 Dot-Com Bubble – says stock and bond markets are in a bubble.
Cryptocurrency prices dropped today, and Bitcoin even fell below $10,000 at one point.
The cryptocurrency rout continued today as Bitcoin prices fell closer to $9,000.
It’s been a rough month for investors, as Bitcoin prices have dropped more than 50%.
Why are the prices of Bitcoin falling today?
From China to France, there is bearish news all over the place.
In positive news for Litecoin, the cryptocurrency now has over 2 million addresses.
Unfortunately, that didn’t help Litecoin prices today, which fell more than 11%.
The price of Bitcoin collapsed under $10,500 on Coinbase over the last 24 hours, as a dramatic sell-off crushed the broader cryptocurrency sector.