7 Reasons Cryptocurrencies Are Crashing

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7 Reasons Cryptocurrencies Are Crashing

For well over a century, no asset class has delivered a higher average annual return than the stock market. Between their respective March 2020 lows and the end of 2021, the broad-based S&P 500 rose a little over 100%, while the aggregate value of all digital currencies climbed more than 1,400%! After coming within a stone's throw of a $3 trillion aggregate market cap on Nov. 10, the crypto market briefly dipped below $1.5 trillion on Jan. 22.

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