Earlier today, the crypto markets were seeing the first bit of momentum in a while after a period of market stability. Essentially, all the big players in the digital currencies space saw the colour red today with some seeing losses of up to 6%. Bitcoin is currently trading at $6,348 at the current time of writing with over a 2% drop over the past day. Even though it was trading sideways for the majority of last week, the leading cryptocurrency saw a significant price drop after being priced at around the $6,480 area. Earlier in the month, Bitcoin had seen a 17-month low volatility rate, recording its highest level of stability since the middle of last year. The trend had continued over the recent weeks excepting one short-lived spike in the middle of October. Prominent faces in the industry quickly commented to underscore Bitcoin’s new quasi-stablecoin status. A senior market analyst at eToro, Mati Greenspan jested last week saying: “Hey stock jocks!!! Tell me again how Bitcoin isn't a stable store of wealth due to extreme volatility.”As the market returned to normal momentum, Tuur Demeester the founder at Adamant Capital went to Twitter to say that “is there a way to go long Bitcoin volatility? I would if I could.”As stated by Cointelegraph:“On the week, the crypto is now around 2.7 percent in the red: monthly losses are at around 3.4 percent.”Similar patterns were seen by Ethereum today too with a negative momentum, slowly dropping down 3% on the day to trade at about $197 at the time of writing. Over the past week, the second biggest coin in the market has also been trading sideways, showing only marginally more fluctuation than Bitcoin over a similar time frame. Basically, this brings Ethereum to a 4% loss on its weekly chart when monthly losses are much more significant over around 15%. Tether seems to be one of the few that is trading normally, as a stablecoin would but the rest of the market is seeing red. Litecoin had the biggest impact with a 5% drop to trade at around $49. Bitcoin Cash is down by about 4% at the current time giving it a price of around $418. What are your thoughts? Will this slump in the market last? Let us know what you think down below in the comments!