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Bitcoin Dips Below $35K

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Bitcoin Dips Below $35K

Bitcoin Dips Below $35K

On Friday, Bitcoin slid as investors took profits from the volatile trading week.

Business Insider reports the cryptocurrency fell as much as 11%, to $34,409.04, at intraday lows.

The slide closes out bitcoin's second most volatile week in the last three years.

The coin climbed as much as $41,440 before falling as low as $30,324.

The week also saw more voices dismiss the cryptocurrency as a dangerous market bubble.


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