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Bitcoin falls over 5% after China's decision to outlaw cryptocurrency transactions


Hong Kong, Sep 25 (EFE/EPA).- The main cryptocurrencies on the market - Bitcoin and Ether - fell more than 5 percent Friday after the Government of China declared all cryptocurrency transactions in its territory "illegal". (Camera: JEROME FAVRE).B-ROLL OF MONITOR SHOWING TRADING PRICES FOR BITCOINS AND CRYPTOCURRENCIES IN HONG KONG.

Added on the 25/09/2021 09:06:15 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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