Its forks, however, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin SV (BSV), have recovered somewhat and are trading in the green today, according to data from Messari.
Yesterday’s price drop brought Bitcoin down to a dismal $7,400 per coin. While the currency is now trading slightly above that, BTC is still struggling to climb above the $7,500 price line.
Bitcoin Cash, however, is showing a little more promise today, having regained more than 3 percent of its value and now trading at around $216 per coin—up from yesterday’s price of $209.
Just two weeks ago, BCH was trading for approximately $227 per coin, falling from $233 just 24 hours before.
Meanwhile, Bitcoin SV has shot up by more than 13 percent today and is currently trading at $110, which is higher than where it stood just three days ago prior to Wednesday’s crash.
Indeed, most of the crypto market (other than Bitcoin) has seen marginal gains today. Ethereum (ETH) up to $162—an increase of nearly one percent—and Litecoin up from $48 to $49, though that’s probably not much consolation to their holders.