The cryptocurrency bitcoin and the digital currency ether have had a tumultuous few months, with both the value of each soaring to astronomical heights, and with both markets suffering from a significant decline in their value.
Now that they are both trading at a discount to their initial price of $3,300, and the value is declining, the two coins are on the brink of a potential market meltdown.
In recent weeks, the bitcoin and Ether markets have traded at a price of around $3.60 per coin, which is still a huge premium compared to their price in August.
This is despite the fact that they were both initially worth much less than their current market value of $1,500.
The two cryptocurrencies are still trading at record highs, but this is likely to change in the coming days.
The price of bitcoin fell to $1.20 per coin earlier this month after the collapse of Mt Gox, but has since rebounded to around $2.10.
Ether is now trading at $0.9, which was a high price in early September.
In the wake of the Mt Gixxcoin collapse in August, the price of ether soared to $2,000.
This was before Mt Gossex and its massive trading volumes and a slew of other cryptocurrencies started trading at huge discounts to their previous prices.
Ether, on the other hand, is currently trading at around $0,000 per coin.
The recent price correction is causing a major problem for the Ethereum blockchain, which has been plagued with significant problems.
The Ethereum platform is a digital currency that is meant to be a blockchain of data that can be stored and transferred across networks.
It has a large and growing user base, and it is also widely used to run decentralized applications such as smart contracts.
While the Ethereum platform has a relatively small user base compared to Bitcoin, it is growing rapidly.
This has created a massive number of issues for the network.
As the network matures, it becomes increasingly difficult to keep up.
Ethereum’s blockchain is designed to be the “central point of failure” for the whole network, which means that any attempt to break the blockchain could result in it crashing.
The problem is that many of these problems are being caused by the decentralised nature of Ethereum, which can make it extremely difficult to maintain the network’s current state.
This week, the Ethereum team announced a fix for the problem, which will give the network a chance to regain some stability.
However, the update will only come into effect on Monday.
The team is now considering a “hard fork” to address the issue, which would see the Ethereum network upgrade to a more centralized state.
However this will only happen if the network is at least two months old, which could take months.
The current state of Ethereum has resulted in a massive amount of losses, with the exchange rate of Ether down by more than 40 percent from the $300 mark to just $100.
According to TechCrunch, this has led to a huge number of ETH holders calling for a “block split”, or a sudden switch to a new, centralized state, similar to Bitcoin’s fork in 2018.
The new state could then continue to operate with the same number of transactions as the previous state.
In an effort to prevent a “fork”, Ethereum is working on a plan to create a new network, called a “consensus chain”, which will be created using the same protocol.
This would mean that the network would continue to function as it was when the Ethereum fork took place.
However the problem is it would be much harder for any new network to operate on top of the existing network.
According a recent blog post by Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, the new consensus chain will consist of a single block chain that is not split up into many different parts.
This means that it would also have a much smaller number of blocks than the existing blockchain.
This will result in a “more decentralized” Ethereum, but also make it harder to maintain its current state, which in turn means it will likely be less secure.
In addition to the Ethereum hard fork, Buter in August announced plans to launch a new token called “Ether”.
Ether, which stands for Ethereum Classic, is a virtual currency that will replace all the other tokens on the Ethereum block chain.
This could mean that Ether will be used as a replacement for the existing tokens in the future.
However, Ether, Ether Classic, and ETC, or Ethereum Classic ETC are all competing currencies that are currently traded on exchanges, and Ether Classic is still trading for around $500.
It is unclear how Ethereum Classic will react to this price spike, and whether this will impact its value.
Meanwhile, another cryptocurrency called EtherDelta, which recently saw a record price of nearly $3 million, has also been hit by a massive crash.
EthereumDelta, the cryptocurrency of choice for Bitcoin miners, is trading for more than $1 million, and its price has nearly doubled since August.
EtherDelta’s current price is