Stripe, the internet platform for ecommerce and online payments, said on Wednesday it would no longer support bitcoin as a means of online payment
Bitcoin briefly dropped below the $10,000 mark for the first time since its meteoric rise in 2017, as governments around the world crack down on the digital currency.
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Bitcoin and the wider cryptocurrency group was broadly lower on Monday as concerns over national crackdowns on trading the controversial digital currencies continued to blight the market
Bitcoin players are debating the reason for the latest big drop in prices, with some commentators pointing to the closure of the first futures contracts on the Chicago Stock Exchange (CBOE) as likely playing a role.
Some cryptocurrency traders are claiming cryptos have always fallen in January due to the Asian celebration of the Lunar New Year and they will bounce back shortly.
Cryptocurrencies fell further on Wednesday as concerns over restrictions and tighter regulation over trading intensified