Coinbase shares plunge almost 80% from November high, amid selloffs of crypto stocks and funds

Shares of crypto-related companies and funds ended sharply lower Monday, with Coinbase’s shares finishing at the lowest level in history, as both bitcoin and major U.S. stock indexes finished at multi-month lows.

Shares of Coinbase Global Inc. 
COIN
plunged 19.5% to end at $83.51 Monday, while booking the worst single-day decline in history, according to Dow Jones market data. The crypto exchange’s shares fell more than 77% from the all-time high of $368.90 set in November, when bitcoin
BTCUSD
also hit a record high, according to FactSet data.

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For other crypto-related companies, shares of Michael Saylor’s MicroStrategy Inc. 
MSTR
lost 25.6% to end at $219.05.

Mining company Riot Blockchain Inc. 
RIOT
 shares closed 19.2% lower at $7.67. Shares of Marathon Digital Holdings Inc.
MARA
 lost 19.2% to $12.08. Another miner, Ebang International Holdings Inc.
EBON
 lost 6.1% to end at $0.81.

Overstock.com Inc.
OSTK
s shares were down 4% to $33.54.

Shares of Block Inc.
SQ
 formally known as Square, tanked 12.8% to $83.89. Tesla Inc.
TSLA’s
 shares lost 9.7% to $787.11.

PayPal Holdings Inc. 
PYPL
declined 2.6% to $79.53. Nvidia Corp.
NVDA
  lost 9.2% to $169.50.

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. 
AMD
 dropped 9.4% to $86.36 at Thursday close.

Among crypto funds, ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF
BITO
 went down 14% to $19.23 Thursday, while Valkyrie Bitcoin Strategy ETF
BTF
 was down 14% to $11.93. VanEck Bitcoin Strategy ETF
XBTF
 14% to $30.17.

Grayscale Bitcoin Trust
GBTC
 plunged 17% to $20.65.