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Bitcoin's value plummets to under $42,000 | See what's new!

On Wednesday, the global crypto market as a whole was trading in the red, which weighed on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

According to Coindesk data, Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency in the world, rocketed beyond the $43,000 barrier before falling to the $42,000 mark.

Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency by market value, also rose above $3,000 but then fell back down. Most of the other big altcoins in CoinDesk's top 20 by market value were in the red.

The price of Bitcoin It was worth $42,016 at the end of the day.

Ethereum was down 2.21 percent to $2,958.75, but that didn't stop it from going down.

People who buy other types of crypto at different prices

All of the other currencies, like XRP's value fell 3.34 per cent. Terra fell 0.71 per cent, Solana was down 0.82 per cent, and Avalanche was down 4.38 per cent.

Shiba Inu and Dogecoin, two other well-known alt coins, both lost money.

"The value of the world's crypto assets and the amount of money traded in them both went down over the last day. A few days ago, Bitcoin and Ethereum were at their highest prices in two weeks. They rose to more than US$43,000, but then they fell back down to more than US$42,000 and US$2,900 this morning. BTC has a 41% share of the market right now, and the support price is still at US dollars "Edul Patel, CEO and Co-founder of Mudrex, said that 40,000 people have signed up for their service.

"Between US$46,000 and US$50,000 could keep buyers from leaving the market. If BTC goes above US$46,000, it can stop the four-month-long downtrend. Cardano, Polkadot, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum Classic, Elrond, Internet Computer, and other altcoins have gained a lot more money than they did the day before "Patel said that, and we can also say that.

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