Bitcoin prices fell sharply in the early hours of this morning (Saturday), depreciating by more than 10 percent while the values ​​reached figures of approximately 43 thousand dollars.

The world’s most prominent cryptocurrency then offset the losses rising to $ 47,133.

However, Bitcoin has fallen more than 16 percent in the last 24 hours, according to Coindesk.

The price of Ethereum has also fallen by more than 10 percent to around $ 3,500.

It came back somewhat later, trading at approximately $ 3,870.

Ethereum, the world's second-largest digital currency by market value, has lost more than 14 percent in the past 24 hours, according to

coinmarket

.

Both cryptocurrencies have experienced turbulent trading since the Omicron version of COVID-19 appeared, following global stock markets which have also been volatile.

On November 26, Bitcoin reached a seven-week low of approximately $ 54,000.

Bitcoin is now falling about 30 percent from an all-time high of approximately $ 69,000, which it reached in early November.

/ Telegraphy /

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