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Major cryptocurrencies tumbled amid concerns about the omicron variant and holiday travel disruptions around the globe. Bitcoin BTCUSD, +0.86% traded 7.4% lower from 24 hours ago at around $47,849. The cryptocurrency was down more than 30% from its all-time high of $68,990 in November, according to
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Most of the largest cryptocurrencies were down during morning trading on Monday, with Ripple XRPUSD seeing the biggest change, declining 1.51% to 84 cents. Six additional currencies posted drops Monday. Dogecoin DOGEUSD dropped 1.31% to 17 cents, and Bitcoin Cash BCHUSD slid 0.70% to $442.74. Liteco
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All of the largest cryptocurrencies were down during morning trading on Wednesday, with Dogecoin DOGEUSD, -3.23% seeing the biggest move, tumbling 6.04% to 18 cents. Cardano ADAUSD, +3.38% fell 3.84% to $1.22, and Polkadot DOTUSD, +4.48% dropped 3.66% to $25.18. Uniswap UNIUSD, +3.45% shed 3.66% to
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Bitcoin has minted more than a few millionaires in recent years as its value has surged since its inception more than a decade ago, but an apparent display issue made investors substantially wealthier — at least on paper — for a time Tuesday. Crypto sites, including digital-asset exchange Coinbase G