Entering into the fourth month of extreme volatility, the virtual money market is becoming less attractive in the eyes of small investors, discouraged by successive declines in trading prices and uncertainties about future developments
Under the terms of trading volumes at the minimum of the last two years, and an accelerated declining trend, more and more analysts question the ability of Bitcoin to keep current trading quotes. Regarding the recovery of over 50% losses recorded since January and now, it can not be said at the moment.
By operating on the supply and demand principle, the virtual currency market requires a high buyer flow in order to grow, the emergence of imbalances leading to volatility first and then loss of confidence and mass sale, causing prices to collapse. Balance can only be restored when virtual money prices have gone down enough to attract new buyers in a number large enough to ensure sustained growth that could restore investors' trust
Unfortunately, for those who currently hold virtual currencies, the enthusiasm that has fueled price rises in recent months has scattered, the return to quotes close to the speculative bubble effect seems more and more likely. The same seems to be the equipment manufacturers used by the "virtual miners", Nvidia voicing fears about the fall in virtual currency markets during 2018.