As of Tuesday morning, the global crypto market had lost 200 billion U.S. dollars overnight, and this week’s losses increased by 300 billion U.S. dollars. Since Bitcoin (Bitcoin) Set a recent peak in April and then reached the peak of altcoins in early May. After losing $1.1 trillion since then, the growth of the previous quarter has completely disappeared in the entire crypto space.
The recent downturn also coincides with a significant drop in the number of transactions flowing through the Bitcoin blockchain. On May 30th, the daily transaction volume of Bitcoin fell to 175,000, which was the lowest point in the past three years and can be traced back to September 2018. data From BitInfoCharts.
In January 2021, the Bitcoin transaction volume reached 392,000 and remained fairly stable until April 15th, two days after the token price peaked. Since then, both have been declining, with transaction volumes falling by more than 50% throughout May.
Since reaching a record high of US$76 million on April 14, the dollar value of coins locked in the Lightning Network has also fallen sharply, falling to US$47 million By the time of publication.