Why did crypto currency crash so hard?

A new report released today by Crypto Coins Research and Security Research shows that crypto currency lost nearly $400 million in 2016 alone.

In the end, crypto currency crashed due to two factors: firstly, investors who invested in cryptocurrency were unable to access their investments due to a lack of liquidity; secondly, investors have had trouble tracking their investment and making informed decisions on which crypto currency to invest in.

The report by CryptoCoins Research and Data Security Research is a comprehensive overview of all major cryptocurrency markets in 2016, with a focus on China and South Korea.

According to CryptoCoincs report, the total market cap for crypto currencies was $2.8 billion, with China, the biggest market, accounting for over 80% of the market.

This was followed by South Korea at 24%, followed by the US at 9%, China at 6%, Japan at 4%, and the rest of the top 10.

While there were some notable losses in 2016 for crypto currency markets, it is clear that crypto currencies are not without support from the market, as it shows in the analysis below:While there was a lot of volatility in 2016 due to various factors, one of the most significant was the fact that investors are having difficulty tracking their investments.

While crypto currencies such as Ethereum and Litecoin are often seen as a safe haven, due to their volatile price movements, the cryptocurrency markets have seen an increased reliance on the blockchain and blockchain companies, such as Bitfinex, Poloniex, and Kraken.

As such, it has become increasingly difficult for investors to track their investments and make informed decisions, as there is no way to make accurate price predictions.

This is something that investors will be faced with in the future, as the rise in crypto currency trading volumes and volume of ICOs has seen investors rush to buy in as soon as they can.

As a result, investors are facing some major challenges as they have to monitor their investment in a new market as new rules and regulations begin to take effect.

This means that the crypto market is facing a huge opportunity.

The rise in cryptocurrency trading volumes is a big factor for the crypto economy, as these are a way for companies to get in on the action before regulation kicks in.

The potential for these markets to make the traditional financial system obsolete is immense, and investors are seeing it.

The report also shows that the price of Bitcoin has been on a meteoric rise, reaching a record high of $7,835.25 USD in December, with Ethereum currently sitting at $2,919.25, and Litecoins current value of $2 in June.

These are all good signs for the future of the crypto economies.

However, it will be interesting to see if the crypto markets will continue to grow, as investors have to be very careful when investing in crypto, as regulation and market changes will be a constant battle.

While we will have to wait until 2017 to see the exact price of Ethereum, it seems like the cryptocurrency market is starting to take off.

The cryptocurrency market has been growing, and will likely continue to do so as long as the regulation is kept to a minimum.