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Bitcoin price drops below $25,000 — lowest since December 2020

Bitcoin price drops below $25,000 — lowest since December 2020
June 13
12:48 2022

Bitcoin, the world’s largest crypto by market cap, has dropped 12 per cent to $24,138.

According to CoinMarketCap, the price of bitcoin stood at $24,063 on Monday at 11:00 GMT+1.

On June 6, bitcoin reached $31,371, the highest in the past month.

Other coins have fallen lower than expected — Ethereum (ETH) fell 15 per cent to $1,238, Shiba Inu (SHIB) dropped 12 per cent to $0.000007668, Dogecoin (DOGE) sold at $0.05561, and Solana (SOL) sold at $27.


The development also affected the cryptocurrency as the market cap dropped from $1.27 trillion to $975.71 billion in one month.

Although the crypto market is said to have been affected by the ongoing war in Ukraine, Nayib Bukele, president of El Salvador, had called for a meeting with 44 countries to discuss how digital currencies can aid financial inclusion. 

El Salvador, a country in South America, was the first to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender.


Despite the move, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) had warned and banned cryptocurrency transactions in the country. It also created the country’s own digital currency, eNaira.


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