‘Crypto winter’: What is behind the crypto market crash? | Al Jazeera Newsfeed

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Cryptocurrency markets have been gripped by chaos, with many digital currencies like Bitcoin plummeting in value over the past few months. We asked a market analyst what’s behind the recent crash.

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