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Bitcoin falls below $ 30,000 due to Chinese rules

Bitcoin price dropped below $ 30,000 yesterday for the first time since late January due to China’s efforts to regulate this decentralized market. The first cryptocurrency traded at $ 29,662 (-8.95%) yesterday afternoon, after hitting its five-month low of $ 29,334 a few hours ago. Bitcoin continues to climb 2.2% YTD but has dropped 54% from its all-time high of $ 64,870 in mid-April. “Concerns about the Chinese government’s tightening of the screws and fears that the adoption of bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies will be delayed due to their environmental impact is affecting the market,” commented Fawad Razakzada, an analyst at ThinkMarkets. The Chinese government is actively campaigning to restrict the bitcoin mining industry, as this market names computers that provide decentralized cryptocurrency by verifying transactions and creating new bitcoins. Energy providers in Sichuan have been ordered to stop supplying electricity to these companies until Sunday, according to former cryptocurrency producers. “This position is another blow to the market,” said Timo Emden, a cryptocurrency analyst who believes that “China’s importance to the industry is now likely to decline rapidly.”

Bitcoin price dropped below $ 30,000 yesterday for the first time since late January due to China’s efforts to regulate this decentralized market. The first cryptocurrency traded yesterday afternoon at $ 29,662 (-8.95%), after hitting its five-month low of $ 29,334 a few hours ago. Bitcoin …

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