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$1.9T wipeout in crypto risks spilling over to stocks, bonds — stablecoin Tether in focus

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The cryptocurrency market has lost $1.9 trillion six months after it soared to a record high. Interestingly, these losses are bigger than those witnessed during the 2007's subprime mortgage market crisis — around $1.3 trillion, which has prompted fears that creaking crypto market risk will spill over across traditional markets, hurting stocks and bonds alike.A massive move lower from $69,000 in November 2021 to around $24,300 in May 2022 in Bitcoin's (BTC) price has caused a selloff frenzy across the crypto market.

Unfortunately, the bearish sentiment has not even spared stablecoins, so-called crypto equivalents of the U.S. dollar, which have been unable to stay as "stable" as they claim.For instance, TerraUSD (UST), once the third-largest stablecoin in the industry, lost its dollar peg earlier this week, falling to as low as $0.05 on May 13.

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