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Bitcoin loses some ground on its way back to $10,000

All digital coins rallied over the weekend, with Bitcoin testing the $9,000 price. On Monday, things were looking up for all cryptocurrencies, as Bitcoin tested the $9,000 mark again by evening. But the most famous digital money in the world failed to break through it and move towards that $10,000 threshold. Currently, it’s ranging at around $8,500, which isn’t bad news, but it’s not great either.
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