“Will it fall further?” From Bitcoin to $16,000 in the FTX crisis MoneyS

Prices are continuing their downward trend.

According to CoinMarketCap, a global virtual asset market relay site, on the 27th, as of 8:18 am on the same day, the price of bitcoin was traded at $16,461.26, down 0.32% from 24 hours ago.

At the same time, on Upbit, a domestic virtual asset exchange, Bitcoin was traded at 22,671,000 won, down 0.09% from 24 hours ago.

The cryptocurrency ledger also continues to fluctuate.

However, on CoinMarketCap, Ethereum was traded at $1205.31, up 0.58% from the previous day.

On Upbit, Ethereum is trading at 1,662,000 won, up 1.03% from the previous day.

As such, the aftershock of the FTX crisis continues as the cryptocurrency price shows a sluggish trend.

Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance, announced on the 24th (local time) that he has launched a $1 billion Industry Recovery Initiative (IRI) to prevent the aftermath of FTX’s bankruptcy. said to create

However, the cryptocurrency market is still frozen. Bitcoin also fell below $16,000 on the FTX bad news on the 22nd.

JPMorgan has warned that the Bitcoin price could plunge to $13,000 due to the FTX crisis. Bitcoin supporter Robert Kiyosaki, author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” predicted that the price could go down to $10,000.

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