Anita Ramaswamy

fintech and crypto reporter for TechCrunch

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The value of Bitcoin has fallen more than 65% from all-time high last year, while crypto companies Celsius and Binance have frozen its users’ accounts in recent days.

With crashing stocks, is this the end of cryptocurrency?

The value of Bitcoin has fallen more than 65% from all-time high last year, while crypto companies Celsius and Binance have frozen its users’ accounts in recent days.

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