Bitcoin drops 6.9% to below $30,000

Bitcoin drops 6.9% to below $30,000

June 1 (Reuters) - Bitcoin, the world's biggest and best-known cryptocurrency, dropped 6.9% to $29,555.35 at 22:03 GMT on Wednesday, losing $2,262.81 from its previous closing price. It was down 38.9% from…
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Bitcoin falls again, last down 4%

Bitcoin falls again, last down 4%

Bitcoin dropped again on Saturday and was last down around 4% for the day, hovering around the $35,000 level. Bitcoin, the world's biggest and best-known cryptocurrency, is now about half…
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Bitcoin rises back above $50,000

Bitcoin rises back above $50,000

Bitcoin rose 0.49% to $50,188.4 at 1004 GMT on Sunday, adding $245.24 to its previous close. The world's biggest and best-known cryptocurrency is up 81% from this year's low of…
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Bitcoin rises 7.07% to $47,587.38

Bitcoin rises 7.07% to $47,587.38

Bitcoin surged 7.07% to $47,587.38 at 2200 GMT on Friday, adding $3,142.93 to its previous close. Bitcoin, the world's biggest and best-known cryptocurrency, is up 71.6% from the year's low…
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Bitcoin rises above $40,000

Bitcoin rises above $40,000

Bitcoin broke above $40,000 on Wednesday and headed for another attempt at breaking from its months long range as short sellers bailed out and traders drew confidence from recent positive…
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Bitcoin climbs back over $30,000

Bitcoin climbs back over $30,000

Bitcoin recovered from a one-month low and broke back above $30,000 on Wednesday, suggesting firm support around that level even as the mood in broader financial markets remained fragile. Bitcoin…
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Bitcoin is a “farce”- Amundi CIO

Bitcoin is a “farce”- Amundi CIO

Cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin are a "farce" and a symptom of bubbles forming in financial markets, Amundi chief investment officer Pascal Blanque said. Bitcoin, trading at around $39,364, fell 35%…
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