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Does the price of Bitcoin fall as fast as the increase?
does the price of Bitcoin fall as fast as the increase?

Reporting from Bloomberg, the increase in Bitcoin is big news this week and the decline is also as fast as the increase. In the crypto world, it is very easy to come, and very easy to go. The madness over Bitcoin pushed prices to nearly US $ 14,000 on Wednesday, the highest level since January 2018. The largest digital asset was then reversed within minutes after the leading crypto currency exchange reported a cessation of operations. The price decline came quickly on Thursday and returned the price of the coin to a level almost the same as the previous five days.

The price surge brought back memories of the crypto bubble that exploded in late 2017, when Bitcoin and other crypto currencies, which were hit by setbacks in regulation and fraud-related problems, fell. The price of Bitcoin, for example, languished around US $ 3,600 just six months ago. Crypto became excited this year after a number of mainstay Wall Street shows increased interest and acceptance of crypto currencies that are broader and their blockchain technology, helping push prices higher. Everything changed parabolic earlier this month when Facebook Inc. launch a plan for its own digital currency.

Many supporters cite this step because the long-sought validation of this potential digital asset must drastically change the global financial system. But Thursday's reversal of value prompted one of the biggest Bitcoin supporters, Mike Novogratz, to regret not taking more money before the coin lost almost all of its profits. According to John Spallanzani, portfolio manager at Miller Value Partners, this might contribute to his rapid death. Bitcoin fell 19% on Thursday, causing losses of up to 16% at the end of the previous day. Bitcoin then rose 4.2% to US $ 11.137 at 10:50 a.m. Hong Kong time on Friday.

 Volatility is approaching the highest level since early 2018, when crypto bubbles explode. "It seems the crypto market was a bit too hot yesterday and is now getting cold," wrote Mati Greenspan, senior market analyst at the eToro trading platform. "An extraordinary market with prices can collapse by around 15% in less than an hour and bring us back to the peak of the previous trading day." Coins other than Bitcoin also fell on Thursday, with Ether and Litecoin down 14%. The Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index, which tracks some of the largest digital assets, fell 19%.