Bitcoin prices dropped sharply overnight ! ! ! ! !

Cryptocurrencies began to decline on Friday following data showing that job growth slowed in the US last month and news of Omicron’s variation of coronavirus.

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Bitcoin prices dropped sharply on Saturday morning.

The price of the world's leading cryptocurrency fell by 12 percent around 4:20 a.m. ET, reached $ 47,495.

Bitcoin dropped to $ 41,968 overnight, taking a total daily loss of 22 percent.

The combination of profitability and major economic concerns has led to the sale of an estimated $ 1 billion in all cryptocurrencies.

Ether, another popular cryptocurrency, also declined by about 10 percent overnight.

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As of early Saturday morning, nearly 11,400 confidential amounts followed by the Coingecko data platform dropped more than 11 percent to $ 2.37 trillion. That amount had briefly fallen to $ 3 trillion last month, when bitcoin hit a record $ 69,000.

Cryptocurrencies began to decline on Friday following data showing that job growth slowed in the US last month and news of Omicron’s variation of coronavirus.

A wide selloff is also coming as executives of eight major cryptocurrency companies are expected to testify before the U.S. House Finance Committee. for the first time on Wednesday as lawmakers discovered how to control secret money.

Bitcoin prices dropped sharply on Saturday morning.

The price of the world's leading cryptocurrency fell by 12 percent around 4:20 a.m. ET, reached $ 47,495.

Bitcoin dropped to $ 41,968 overnight, taking a total daily loss of 22 percent.

The combination of profitability and major economic concerns has led to the sale of an estimated $ 1 billion in all cryptocurrencies.

Ether, another popular cryptocurrency, also declined by about 10 percent overnight.

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As of early Saturday morning, nearly 11,400 confidential amounts followed by the Coingecko data platform dropped more than 11 percent to $ 2.37 trillion. That amount had briefly fallen to $ 3 trillion last month, when bitcoin hit a record $ 69,000.

Cryptocurrencies began to decline on Friday following data showing that job growth slowed in the US last month and news of Omicron’s variation of coronavirus.

A wide selloff is also coming as executives of eight major cryptocurrency companies are expected to testify before the U.S. House Finance Committee. for the first time on Wednesday