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Bitcoin falls to two-week low of US$32,350 after China cracks down on crypto

Bitcoin fell to a two-week low amid an intensifying cryptocurrency crackdown in China.

Bitcoin drops as hashrate declines on China mining crackdown - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Bitcoin drops as hashrate declines with China mining crackdown

Bitcoin dropped over the weekend amid a focus on Chinese mine closures and potential regulatory scrutiny.

Rising tide of digital exchanges - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Rising tide of digital exchanges

In addition to larger Asian exchanges capturing a slice of the volume of trades passing through the Singapore Exchange, a completely different type of exchange and asset class is grabbing the atten

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Goldman expands in crypto trading with plans for Ether options

Goldman Sachs Group is moving beyond the world of Bitcoin and expanding into Ether.

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Can Bitcoin ever replace fiat currencies?

El Salvador’s bold move to accept Bitcoin as legal tender has Wall Street once again wondering whether a cryptocurrency could really ever replace the old-school dollar.

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Bitcoin jumps after Elon Musk says Tesla will use when mining is cleaner

Bitcoin jumped above US$39,000 ($51,720.24) after Elon Musk said Tesla would resume transactions with the cryptocurrency when mining is done with more clean energy.

Bitcoin predicted to fall to US$20,000: strategists - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Bitcoin predicted to fall to US$20,000: strategists

Another bad week for Bitcoin could be a precursor of more pain to come, according to strategists watching the selloff in cryptocurrencies.

There are worse assets out there than Bitcoin, according to Bloomberg Opinion's Shuli Ren - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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There are worse assets out there than Bitcoin, according to Bloomberg Opinion's Shuli Ren

Bitcoin enthusiasts are in the middle of an existential crisis. Since its mid-April high, the price of Bitcoin has tumbled by as much as 47%.

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What 16th-century Venice teaches us about crypto

On Feb. 18, 1522, a secondhand clothing merchant named Geronimo Bambarara in the crowded Rialto district of Venice came up with a new way of clearing out stock.

The dark side of cryptocurrencies - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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The dark side of cryptocurrencies

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