(BTC) and sold most of the major cryptocurrencies along with global stock markets and On November 26th. Markets have been shaken by news of the discovery of a new type of coronavirus in South Africa, which worries scientists because of the large number of mutations in the spike protein.
The sharp drop led to more than $750 million in crypto liquidations over the course of 24 hours, but Funding rates across stock exchanges are still high. This indicates that the sale may not end yet.
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