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06.12.2018 Bitcoin approaches lowest level in more than one year ... Bitcoin's decline accelerated, with the largest cryptocurrency's another fresh low for the year. Digital marker fell 4.2 percent to $3,567, flirting with the low to 2018 $3,522 reached Nov. 26. It's traded in ... read more

Today bitcoin fell to its lowest level since the beginning of the year, as cryptocurrency-wide defeat of the market continues to cause pain for owners of bitcoin, Ethereum, ripple's XRP and other major digital markers. The price of Bitcoin fell to a low of $3 ...Bitcoin price fell and traded to a new low in 2018 at $3,687. BTC/USD recovered late and broke the descending channel with resistance at $3,825 on the 30 minute chart. Price likely faces substantial sales of about $3,950 and 4,000 USD...

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Bitcoin (BTC) remains in defence, despite a 4 percent recovery from the nine-day fall today, but the bearish pressure might decrease if prices rise above the key resistance near $3,900. The world's largest cryptocurrency in the world by market capitalization fell to $3,629 for ...I bought almost $1 million on LedgerX'trading platform a few days after Bitcoin reached a year ago, the options, the option exercise price of $50,000, and which expires Dec. 28, 2018. For contracts to retain any value at expiry, bitcoin will ...
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