Crypto markets close lower as market closes on the back of king market
Market close for cryptos, as it is now in the first few hours of the market.
The cryptocurrency market closed at $13.90, or $1.49 per share.
The last time it was $13, the market closed below $13 per share for the first time in history.
That is the lowest it has closed in almost four years.
Bitcoin traded at $12.60 per share, or a bit over $8.25 per share in 2017.
The digital currency has been gaining popularity in recent years, with more people beginning to use it to make transactions.
This is a good sign for the cryptocurrency, which is currently trading at a market cap of more than $2.5 trillion.
On Friday, the price of the cryptocurrency was close to $17.90 per share on Coinbase, according to the website.
It is currently at $16.75 per share with another two days of trading remaining.
Some analysts believe that the market is going to close the gap, as the cryptocurrency is expected to increase in value.
Investors are worried about the growth of blockchain technology, and the cryptocurrency market is seen as a place where it can thrive.
Its value could go through the roof, as a result of the rapid adoption of the digital currency.
With that said, investors are still holding their breath, as there are many more coins and coinsets in the market to consider.
There are some signs that the cryptocurrency may be getting more popular.
In 2016, the cryptocurrency surpassed $2 billion in market capitalization, according the site.
Earlier this year, Bitcoin overtook Ethereum, the second most valuable cryptocurrency.
Cryptocurrencies are not the only digital currencies that have gained popularity.
Ethereum was a $9 billion-plus company in 2017, according Bloomberg.
A blockchain-based payment network, Ether is an open source digital currency that has been on a roller coaster ride since its inception.
More and more companies are making moves into the cryptocurrency space.
Many companies are using the cryptocurrency to fund new projects.
Other notable developments include Coinbase, the largest bitcoin exchange, trading at $17 per share and Kraken, which trades at $9.90.
One thing is certain: The cryptocurrency is going strong, as more people are embracing it.
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