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Old 24th December 2017, 06:03   #1
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Default Coinbase halts trading after volatile bitcoin price fluctuation

At 11:11am ET this morning, the cryptocurrency marketplace Coinbase temporarily disabled buying and selling for all currencies on its site. This came after wild surges in bitcoin's price in the last 24 hours: It plunged from a high of $15,800 late la...

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