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Bitcoin slumps further as China tightens crypto crackdown

By Tom Wilson, Kevin Buckland and Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss LONDON/NEW YORK/TOKYO, June 21 (Reuters) - Bitcoin tumbled on Monday to a two-week low on China's expanding crackdown on bitcoin mining, as investors grew more uncertain about the future of the leading cryptocurrency. Bitcoin fell as low as $31,333, a two-week trough, dragging down other cryptocurrencies.It was last down 10.7%, its largest daily percentage loss in a month. The world's biggest cryptocurrency has lost more than 20% in the last six days alone and was at half its April peak of almost $65,000. Year to date, it remained up about 11%. Some…
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