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Bitcoin prices have crashed over the past few months, from a record high of more than $68,000 and market cap of $2-trillion in November 2021.

At the end of last year crypto and blockchain enthusiasts felt vindicated, heralding a “new era” of private, decentralised, digital money when crypto entered the mainstream as a speculative asset for both retail and institutional investors. ..

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