Building work 'may prompt lords to retire'

Building work 'may prompt lords to retire'

Bitcoin's value has crashed by $50bn in just a week after its plunge extended into a fourth day on renewed concerns of regulatory crackdowns in the US and India.

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Bitcoin's value has crashed by $50bn in just a week after its plunge extended into a fourth day on renewed concerns of regulatory crackdowns in the US and India.

Sentiment on the cryptocurrency market has plunged after India's finance minister took aim at digital currencies and reports surfaced that US regulators are closely watching the cryptocurrency Tether and Bitfinex, one of...

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