The Rivals to Bitcoin's Crown – Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Jan.17 — Bitcoin steadied after slumping as much as 26% yesterday as proposals for tough new regulations in Asia and Europe weighed on cryptocurrencies. The real threat to Bitcoin’s supremacy may not be from governments. A year ago, Bitcoin made up 90% of the crypto-market and now it’s down to just 36%. As speculators turn away from the breakout star, will rivals continue to erode Bitcoin’s dominance? Bloomberg’s Eric Lam reports on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

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