Digital Currencies in 2018 .. Year of catastrophic collapse[/ltr]
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Digital currency traders suffered heavy losses this year, which is coming to an end. After making extraordinary gains in 2017, virtual currencies fell unexpectedly, leaving many victims betting on fast and easy profit.
On December 21, 2017, the currency of the famous digital configuration reached its highest level ever when it recorded 19 thousand and 783 dollars !.
Financial experts have long warned of the rapid rise of the digital currency and viewed the jump as a bubble that would be followed by a major collapse, but the owners of the currency hesitated to sell their holdings for fear they would rise again to higher levels and lose important revenue.
A number of digital currency traders preferred not to sell their money because they did not spend a lot of money on buying it at first. They bought it years ago when it was sold cheaply.
Most of the digital currency in the market lost nearly 65 percent in just one month between January 6 and February 6, and digital currency capital lost nearly $ 342 billion in the first quarter of 2018.
In September 2018, the company had lost 80 percent of its value compared to its January peak, so 2018 was the worst year for currency traders.
If the decline took place quickly, the rise was also rapid. In 2017, a value of 2700 percent was raised, which raised doubts among many financial analysts.
The massive decline in the composition of the currency began on 22 December 2017, when it fell below $ 11,000, a decline of 45 per cent, and then continued to lose.
Amid these uncertainties, news of a possible ban on South Korean brewing has led to a 12 percent decline in the value of the digital currency.
In January 2018, the largest Japanese currency bank was hit by a massive piracy that stole $ 530 million, forcing the bank to stop trading.
Although the losses were recorded, the British newspaper The Guardian said recently that the decline was not a disincentive to investors, as capital has markedly set up specialized companies in the form of structured trading.
In addition, a number of central banks in the world have shown interest in offering digital currencies in an effort to keep abreast of the dynamics of the global financial and e-commerce markets.
In January, the Facebook social networking site launched a serious blow to the currency of "Bettkween", where it was announced that all digital currency advertisements were banned. Later, Google made the same decision.