At the time of publication, all but two of the top 50 digital currencies by market capitalisation have fallen in value since yesterday, according to CoinMarketCap.
Bitcoin is now valued at $10,526 (£7,594) as a result of the drop.
Bitcoin cash and litecoin, which complete the top five, are down 6.81 per cent and 7.01 per cent respectively. They are now valued at $1,153 (£832) and $189.49 (£137) in turn.
Golem, ranked 55 of the 1,541 digital coins on the market, suffered the biggest decline of anyone in the top 100, having fallen by 16.63 per cent to $0.38 (£0.27).
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Since its peaking at an all-time high of $19,850 (£14,214) in mid-December, bitcoin’s value has returned to a more stable norm around the $10,500 mark (£7,568).
Its market capitalisation remains healthy at $178bn (£128bn), although its recent headline-grabbing success has led the generally highly positive performance of its top five rivals to go unrecognised.
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