After the bitcoin bubble of late 2017 popped, it’s been a difficult year for cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, ether, litecoin and ripple. Bitcoin was hovering around $6,600 on Oct. 8, down about 65 percent from its December 2018 highs. Crypto enthusiasts are now waiting for Wall Street to embrace digital currencies and drive more demand.
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Bitcoin, Ether, Ripple, XRP, Litecoin And Cryptocurrencies In General Have Had A Bad 2018 | CNBC