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How to Sell and Convert Bitcoin to Dollars

It’s been a crazy year for Bitcoin. In December 2017, the crypto-currency hit a new all-time high of $20,000. In January 2018, it crashed by more than 50 percent of its value. That said, Bitcoin is still insanely valuable, especially if you got in early years ago. If you’re sitting on a pile of Bitcoin and want to cash out while you still can, keep reading to find out how.
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