• In March, Bitcoin was worth $47,000 per coin.
• It's now ranging just over $40,000 per coin.
After a steady three weeks, crypto has taken a plunge.
Crypto prices tanked in the past few days, sending the values of digital tokens plummeting to low levels.
Bitcoin and Ethereum are among the $250 billion crypto crash.
Bitcoin was trading near $47,000 early last week but then fell under $45,000 last Wednesday.
The price slipped under $40,000 Wednesday morning.
The plunge comes amid predictions by experts that Bitcoin's price could hit $100,000 by end of 2022 - and this being a matter of when, not if.
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