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Coronavirus concerns did not cause the Bitcoin price to spike 15%, but here’s what actually did

Coronavirus concerns did not cause the Bitcoin price to spike 15%, but here’s what actually did

The Bitcoin price has climbed by 15 percent in the past two weeks from $8,565 to $9,800. While many attribute the upsurge to the coronavirus outbreak, that argument is far-fetched. Bitcoin was on an upward trend regardless Throughout the past 12 months, the Bitcoin price has not demonstrated a clear inverse correlation with the equities […]

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