Bitcoin continued its decline on Wednesday falling below $10,000 for the first time since 30 November 2017, on concerns global regulators will further increase their clampdown on the market.
South Korea, which is the third largest trader of Bitcoin, has signalled plans to close cryptocurrency exchanges completely while Chinese regulators want to extend restrictions on over-the-counter and...
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