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Money is pouring into bitcoin cash after bitcoin crashed more than $1,000 in 48 hours

Business Insider Friday, 10 November 2017
Money is pouring into bitcoin cash after bitcoin crashed more than $1,000 in 48 hours· *The price of bitcoin, the red-hot digital coin, was trading down 7.19% on Friday afternoon at $6,618 a coin. *
· *That's down from more than $1,000  from peak near $7,900 a coin, which it hit after news broke that a potential fork in the network lost support from backers. *
· *Bitcoin cash soared to an all-time...
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LONDON – Bitcoin's rapid rise continues, with the cryptocurrency shooting past $7,000 per coin on Thursday morning. ET), the digital currency is up 3.8% against the dollar to $7,003.74: Bitcoin has been on a tear over the last week, posting record highs on consecutive days. Markets Insider Learn...

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