Bitcoin hits lowest level in half a year as crypto downturn continues

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After a temporary stabilization, prices on the cryptocurrency market continued to fall at the start of the week. On Monday, Bitcoin cost around 32,970 dollars, the lowest level in about half a year. On Thursday, the oldest and best-know digital currency cost around 10,000 dollars more. Other crypto assets such as Ether, the number two on the market, also fell again after a brief stabilization. The around 17,000 digital currencies currently in existence were worth a good 1.5 trillion dollars at the start of the week. Before the recent downturn, they were worth more than 2 trillion dollars. Obse…

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