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All-time low (ATL)

What does all-time low (ATL) mean?

The term all-time low (ATL) refers to the lowest price a particular asset or investment has ever reached historically. It is commonly used in the context of various financial markets such as stocks, cryptocurrencies or commodities.

What was Bitcoin’s all-time low?

For example, Bitcoin reached its all-time low (ATL) on July 14, 2010, at $0.04865 per BTC, according to Coinmarketcap.

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