What If Bitcoin Crashed?

What If Bitcoin Crashed?
What If Bitcoin Crashed?
What If Bitcoin Crashed? USA TODAY

As the bull market continus to move higher, skeptics have pointed at the bitcoin market as a sign that a bubble is about to happen, and that it could fall as much as the Nasdaq in 2000. But, the economy would not see major harm should this transcur.

If bitcoin, which skeptics say is a bubble, suffers the same fate as past financial manias, look out below.

Fears of a bitcoin crash are growing amid an early-year plunge that has wiped out 50% of the digital currency's value since its December peak of $19,500 per coin.

Do you think the bitcoin market has corrected itself, or is another crash in the making?

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