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One day after surpassing $ 34,000 per unit and hitting a new all-time high, Bitcoin (BTC) had its biggest daily drop since last March. This Monday, the cryptocurrency registered a 17% crash, reaching a price below 30 thousand dollars.
In the early hours of January 3, Bitcoin reached a price of $ 34,544.94 , according to CoinDesk . However, it could not stay there for long.
In the early hours of Monday, January 4, around 4:30 a.m. (GMT-6), Bitcoin fell to around $ 28,700 per unit, according to data from CoinMarketCap .
Fortunately, the same volatility that brought her down in a matter of hours also helped her rebound. Just 5 hours later, the cryptocurrency was trading at around $ 32,100 again. Since then and until