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Bitcoin is seen paused below record maximum
On Friday, Bitcoin paused around $9,600 in rather a volatile trade having dropped 15% from an all-time maximum reached this week because some money managers hinted at a bubble as well as further dips in the stratospheric cryptocurrency.
On the Luxembourg-based Bitstamp exchange Bitcoin last descended 3.4% from a record high of $11,395 reached on Wednesday.
The latest dip has tempered an astronomical ascend for recent months. The given cryptocurrency has rallied nearly 1,100% year-to-date.
Some financial experts predict deeper drops referring to technical analysis charts. They tell that pure speculation is backing prices for the cryuptocurrency at the moment. Investors have to utilize technical indicators to their sell and buy decisions.
Notwithstanding this week’s huge dip, bitcoin still concluded November 54.6% higher, which is its best monthly outcome since a near 66% revenue in August.
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