Bitcoin held around $31,000 in early Tuesday trading – the first time since July 20 it had fallen below this threshold. Ether, the second-largest crypto by market cap, outperformed over the same period, rising approximately 3.5%, and was changing hands at about $2,350. Terra’s LUNA, the native token of the Terra ecosystem, was recently down over 53% over the past 24 hours after the organization’s UST stablecoin continued to fall well short of its dollar peg. Investors will be eyeing the April consumer price index report, which is widely expected to show that inflation slowed but prices remained high. The last week in crypto has shown an immense volatility, that few if any assets can match. Markets have lost more than $1 billion as . . .