Bitcoin investors lost almost 2 billion euros in 24 hours.
In the history of bitcoin, this is the 4th value in fixed losses.
The amount of losses from the purchase of bitcoin on November 18 amounted to more than 1.7 billion euros, according to Glassnode.
The company’s analysts claim that this is the 4th largest loss in the world.
* Almost 2.3 billion euros in 2022 (at this point, it was possible to sell 1 bitcoin for 19 thousand euros)
* 1.7 billion euros in May 2022 (Major drop of LUNA cryptocurrency)
* 2 billion euros June 2021 (A large number of people tried to sell bitcoin due to its fall to 26 thousand euros)
Last Friday, it was realistic to sell bitcoin in the range of 16 thousand euros per unit, the maximum it rose to almost 17 thousand euros. On Monday, the rate updated to a minimum of 15.2 thousand euros.
A similar decline in quotes occurred after Bloomberg reported on the likely bankruptcy of Genesis.
The company’s problems came to light after the bankruptcy of the FTX exchange. Genesis suspended payments to users after it became clear that 170 million euros, which belong to the company, were frozen in the account.