The digital currency market is flourishing today as bulls have taken the charge from the bears. Huge increases, some even in twofold digits can be seen at this moment. Following quite a while of the slow movement, at long last, the market is getting a charge out of a bull momentum. The general market cap is approaching $300 billion as it sits on $293,052,377,737 on Coinmarketcap, at the time of writing.
The market has increased over $19 billion in the previous 24 hours as it moves from pretty much $274 billion yesterday to the current $293 billion. Bitcoin has crossed the $6,500 price threshold and right currently is at $6,790 with a gain of around 5 percent over the last 24-hours. While the crypto market is covered in green, Chinese stocks closed down 3.8% while plunging 5% at a certain point. Around 1,000 of Chinese stocks took a crash underneath 10%.
The worldwide stocks dove after US President Trump reported new tariffs on goods worth $200 billion. The explanation behind this was expressed by Trump as:
“Unfortunately, China has determined that it will raise tariffs on $50 billion worth of United States exports. China apparently has no intention of changing its unfair practices related to the acquisition of American intellectual property and technology. Rather than altering those practices, it is now threatening United States companies, workers, and farmers who have done nothing wrong.”
The president additionally included, “Further action must be taken to encourage China to change its unfair practices, open its market to United States goods, and accept a more balanced trade relationship.”
Though the taxes haven’t imposed yet,
“if China refuses to change its practices”, they will be put into motion. In response, China has declared a trade war, stating: “The United States has initiated a trade war that violates market laws and is not in accordance with current global development trends.”
This prompted a worldwide stocks auction and Dow futures are down 350 points. Notwithstanding, crypto market and the dollar are up while pound and yuan are down. This news additionally brought about the fall of France’s CAC 40 and Germany’s DAX.