Bitcoin Stabilized in Asian Trading after Two-week Low
Bitcoin price settled in Asian exchanges after an explanation from China’s national bank reaffirming the continuous crackdown on digital currencies in the nation sent the world’s biggest token to a fourteen day low. Bitcoin was last up 3.17% at 32,600, having dropped over 10% on Monday. Ether, the second-greatest digital money, was up 3.54% at 1,950 in the wake of [...]
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