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Traders enter mid-week to see a significant drop in prices in the cryptocurrency market.
Bitcoin dropped 8.81 percent to trade at $ 6.436.50, today at 12.30 today.
Ethereum is down 12.80 percent to $ 226.44.
The ripple fell 5.64 percent to $ 0.287837.
Litecoin lost 11.66 percent for $ 55.38.
The entire market has seen a drop in price overnight, with a sharp fall coinciding with the news that Goldman Sachs is abandoning his plans for a cryptocurrency trading desk.
14.30 UPDATE: Google chooses cryptocurrencies for its Accelerator Growth program
Yield Coin today announced it is one of only ten start-ups selected by Google to participate in its Accelerator Growth program.
The program, launched by Google in 2017, aims to help startups to increase growth in today's digital economy and provides free support for resources and programs designed for communities that they are currently under-represented online.
During the program, Google will support Yield Coin to increase user growth and website traffic to its global social networking platform for the cryptocurrency trading community Yield Owl . The educational platform brings together traders and investors and aims to create more solid relationships within the global cryptocurrency community.
In the first five days of the accelerator program, the video views and impressions of the CEO's YouTube channel increased to an impressive two million and 30 million, respectively. The number of subscribers also exceeded the 17,000 threshold, an increase of almost 50% (46%) over the same period.
12.45 UPDATE: cryptocurrency ATMs set to multiply in Greece
Cryptocurrency ATMs are destined to become more popular in Greece following the plans of a local company to install more machines.
Cryptocurrency ATMs continue to become more popular, with units regularly installed in several countries.
According to the Greek Reporter, a local company wants to increase the total number of ATMs in Greece's cryptocurrency.
Stefanos Getsopoulos, a cryptocurrency entrepreneur, says his company plans to install three Bitcoin ATMs in the northern part of the country.
Once completed, this move will bring the total count of Greece's cryptocurrencies into five.
According to Coinatmradar.com, there are four virtual ATMs in Athens and one in the city of Thessaloniki.
Local media sources say other companies are trying to install more of these machines in the future.
12pm UPDATE: Goldman Sachs draws plans to launch crypto trading desk – prices fall in response
Bitcoin prices continue to be slammed at the start of Thursday, at following a report by Goldman Sachs
The largest digital currency in the world fell to $ 6,381 or down by about 11% to 6:38 ET in the previous 24 hours, according to Coinbase data.  In addition bitcoin the price of other cryptocurrencies continued to fall, according to the CoinMarketCap monitoring site.
Starting at 6:38 am, the price of ethereum had decreased by 15% in 24 hours, while Ripple's XRP token had seen its value fall by 9 percent money and bitcoin money plummeted by 16% in that period
Digital currencies often move in tandem, driven by the fortunes of bitcoin, which far exceeds its peers in terms of market size.