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Money was pouring into crypto during the stock market's selloff

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies gained slightly Monday afternoon as the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted more than 1,500 points. Bitcoin was up 6% from its intra-day lows, Ethereum and Ripple had also began to climb. Cryptocurrencies got whacked alongside equities last week, but Monday’s continuation of the stock market selloff appeared to send some investors to digital currencies in search of a safe haven.
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