Publicly traded crypto firms slide further after Monday's $1 billion market cap loss

The stocks of U.S.-listed crypto mining and miner manufacturing firms followed bitcoin's downward movement Monday's trading session, market data shows.

In all, these companies shed some $1 billion total from their market capitalizations. Bitcoin mining firms Marathon Patent Group, Riot Blockchain and Hive Blockchain closed out Monday with stock price decreases of 14.24%, 9.21% and 7.6%, respectively, according to data from The Block's Data Dashboard.  

Meanwhile, Nasdaq-listed Chinese bitcoin mining hardware makers Canaan and Ebang saw declines of 15.89% and 23.96%, respectively, for their stock prices.


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During Tuesday's session, those firms weren't fairing much better. Marathon is trading down 22% while Riot and Hive are down 24% and 18%, respectively. 

The stock moves come amid a period of heightened volatility in the price of bitcoin, which as of press time was trading at around $47,168 on Coinbase. 

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Wolfie joined The Block’s news team in 2020 and switched to the research side in 2021 to focus on crypto mining analysis. Prior to The Block, he had been a journalist at CoinDesk for three years. Wolfie has a background in financial journalism.