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Reuters published this video item, entitled “Bitcoin drops 10% as pullback continues” – below is their description.
Bitcoin slumped 10% to a 10-day low, retreating further from record highs, with traders citing fears of tighter U.S. regulation.
Yesterday, BlackRock Inc said in a company filing that it was adding bitcoin futures as an eligible investment to two funds, in a move to bring the world of cryptocurrency to its clients.
During a Senate hearing on Tuesday Janet Yellen, Biden’s pick to head the U.S. Treasury, expressed concerns that cryptocurrencies could be used to finance illegal activities.
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