Bitcoin's price fell below $40,000 for the first time since early August in the last 24 hours. The majority of altcoins followed suit, with ETH trading below $3,000 and SOL down over 6%. The coin has recovered a few thousand dollars and is now trading at around $42,000. However, after two weeks of challenging the $1 trillion record, its market value has dropped to $800 billion.
The worldwide crypto market valuation is now $1.85 trillion, down 4.42 percent from the previous day.
The overall crypto market volume over the last 24 hours has decreased by 8.21 percent to $131.32 billion dollars. The overall volume of all stable coins is now $104.25 billion, accounting for 79.39% of the total 24-hour volume of the crypto market.
The current Bitcoin price is $41,911.29. Bitcoin's market share is at 42.65%, up 0.38 percent from the previous day.
Evergrande, China's second-largest real estate company, was still on the verge of defaulting on debts worth hundreds of billions of dollars. The People's Bank of China (PBoC), China's central bank, responded by injecting additional 120 billion yuan ($18.6 billion) into the banking sector.
US crypto firms filed two registration statements with the Securities and Exchange Commission, requesting permission to offer Bitcoin (BTC) and decentralized finance exchange-traded funds (ETFs) (DeFi).
These days, alternative coins have also taken a beating. Ethereum is one of the most significant losers. Last week, ETH was nearing $3,700, but it has since plunged below $2,650. Despite recovering from a $1,000 price drop, the second-largest cryptocurrency is still trading below $3,000 at the time of writing.