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Bitcoin, the leading cryptocurrency, is far removed from the days when it reached $19,873 in its mid-December stratospheric rise last year as it fell under $3,500 recently–a drop of more than 80%–as post-Thanksgiving bears feasted on the digital currency. However, bulls are quick to dismiss that the bubble has burst for Bitcoin, citing that its […]
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