Bitcoin Falls 11% In Rout By ( - Bitcoin was trading at $36,804.7 by 15:15 (20:15 GMT) on the Index on Sunday, down 10.52% on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage loss since September 3, 2020.

The move downwards pushed Bitcoin's market cap down to $695.4B, or 67.61% of the total cryptocurrency market cap. At its highest, Bitcoin's market cap was $758.5B.Bitcoin had traded in a range of $36,804.7 to $41,362.4 in the previous twenty-four hours.

Over the past seven days, Bitcoin has seen a rise in value, as it gained 14.35%. The volume of Bitcoin traded in the twenty-four hours to time of writing was $70.6B or 41.27% of the total volume of all cryptocurrencies. It has traded in a range of $28,204.4961 to $41,921.7188 in the past 7 days.

At its current price, Bitcoin is still down 12.21% from its all-time high of $41,921.72 set on January 8.

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Ethereum was last at $1,234.26 on the Index, up 0.44% on the day.Tether was trading at $1.0002 on the Index, a loss of 0.13%.

Ethereum's market cap was last at $143.5B or 13.95% of the total cryptocurrency market cap, while Tether's market cap totaled $24.2B or 2.35% of the total cryptocurrency market value.
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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst At the moment we write this there is a severe correction on BTC's price. Yes, on the big picture BTC is in a better position than last year, even than four months go, but the reality is that it continues to be very volatile and that with the arrival of institutional money, retail investors find very difficult to compete and earn on this investment unless they are very careful.