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Cryptocurrencies see sudden sell-off — Here's what experts are saying

The dramatic pullback in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies came amid a flurry of negative headlines and catalysts. The flagship cryptocurrency fell to a more than three-month low Wednesday, dropping to about $30,000 at one point, for a pullback of more than 30%, and continuing a week of selling in the crypto space. The recent slide is a reversal from the dramatic rise that started in the second half of last year.
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Thu, May 20 20211:18 PM EDT
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