Cryptocurrency prices slid on Tuesday, after South Korea said shutting down exchanges is still an option.
Bitcoin tumbled 18 percent on Tuesday to a four-week trough close to $11,000, on concerns of a regulatory crackdown.
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Bitcoin prices were reeling on Thursday, following reports that South Korea’s government plans to ban cryptocurrency trading.
South Korea's government said on Thursday it plans to ban cryptocurrency trading.
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Israel's central bank said on Monday it would not recognize virtual currencies such as bitcoin as actual currency and that it was difficult to devise regulations to monitor the risks of such activity to the country's banks and their clients.
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Bitcoin and most other large cryptocurrencies rose on Tuesday, carrying their 2017 momentum into the new year, and gaining one more high-profile investor Peter Thiel.
A newly-revealed investor is sending bitcoin higher, and two other cryptocurrencies have skyrocketed over the past week.
Investors in bitcoin are raising bets the currency will tumble.