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Four Factors Driving The Price Of Bitcoin

Bitcoin just blew past the $17,000 mark. Last month, the price dropped to around A$8,000 shortly after almost hitting A$10,000, and rising over 1,850% since 2015. By the time you read this, the price is likely to have changed dramatically again. All of this shows how volatile the currency is, which prompts the question - what's causing such huge movements? Here are four factors you need to know about.
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The price of Bitcoin has dropped to around A$8,000 in the last few days, after almost hitting A$10,000 in the past month, and rising over 1,850% since 2015. All of this shows how volatile the currency is, prompting the question, wha...

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