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More Than $1 Billion BTC Longs Liquidated on Binance, Slashing Bitcoin Price Below $47k

Highlights

    The highest ever liquidations were registered, where-in more than 400K traders liquidated their Bitcoin futures positions

    Interestingly, Binance recorded more than $1 billion bitcoin longs liquidation due to which crypto market experienced another batch of liquidation

    The bitcoin plunge is expected to slow down and recover in the coming hours.

Huge Liquidations, Will the Market come back

The Bitcoin price is experiencing a huge drain out since the early trading hours and the main reason behind the plunge is said to be the liquidations. The plunge is historic because the liquidations recorded are the highest in the history of bitcoin.

According to an analytics platform Bybit, nearly 474,968 traders have liquidated nearly $4.4 worth of bitcoin in the past 24 hours. 

The liquidation is expected to continue for some more time which will decide the upcoming leg of BTC price. Moreover, according to a data analytics platform Skew, the crypto market underwent a second batch of liquidation where-in nearly $1 billion bitcoin longs were liquidated in the last three days on Binance alone.

Where will the Bitcoin price plunge lead to?

The pumps and dumps are an integral part of the Bitcoin bull run. This is not the first time BTC price is witnessing excessive drain out. Apart from the 2018 bitcoin crash, many plunges have been included in the BTC price rally above $58K.

Considering the very recent drop, the first time ever when Bitcoin price smashed the levels above $40K, forming a new high at $41,309, massive selling pressure was mounted that slashed the price close to $30,000 in just a couple of days.

However, further price movement became the talk of the town and gained mainstream recognition when the BTC price smashed the $50,000 barrier. Moreover, the formation of ATH above $58,000 at $58,330 was like icing on the cake.

Therefore as said by an analyst, That Martini Guy B, the current dip from above $58,000 to less than $45,000 is similar to the Bitcoin price dip from $42,000 to $28,000.

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Delma Wilson

Delma is a B2B Content Marketer, Consultant, Blogger in the field of Blockchain, and Cryptocurrency. In her spare time, she loves to blog, play badminton and watch out ted talks. She likes pets and shares her free time with NGO.

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