Bitcoin Dips to Lowest Since February Amid China Warning

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May.18 — Bitcoin slumped to its lowest since February after China’s central bank reiterated that cryptocurrencies cannot be used as a form of payment. Bloomberg’s Joanna Ossinger reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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