Bitcoin Price Falls Below $35000 in Tandem With Stock Selloff – The Wall Street Journal

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It is becoming a more common occurrence: When stocks fall, so does bitcoin. 
Bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market value, fell below $37,000 Friday to its lowest dollar value since August 2021, according to CoinDesk. The selloff continued into the weekend, with Bitcoin falling to below $35,000 on Saturday before edging back above that level as of Sunday afternoon. Bitcoin has nearly halved its record price from the fall.
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