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February 06, 2018, 10:35:23 AM
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There may be reasons for reducing bitcoin prices.

Market unrest: There is a lot of unrest in the people now. Many more bad news is throwing people out of fear, neither does anyone sell at such low prices of Bitcoin.

Unity:  The crypto market is now divided into several parts. Some people want Bitcoin to be it. Another party wants Bitcoin to get it But we want Bitcoin to be everyone.

Racket: We know Blockchain technology will not be hacked. But different exchange sites steal people's money by imposing guilt on hackers. As long as this problem does not go away, there will be unrest in the market. . According to my view, the money from the exchange sites that have been stolen, the altocoins are listed in the sites. Here people are listed in the list of freebies coins. Since no list of money is being accessed, there is no profit to the site, so they are liable to steal money and it is giving its liability to the hackers.

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February 06, 2018, 10:35:53 AM
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Because buttcoin. Buttcoin was technically worth zero in 2009 - guess that was its inherent value.
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