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What Dip? Bitcoin Surges to All-Time High Over $5,000

Rumors of bitcoin’s demise were greatly exaggerated.

Only weeks after JPMorgan Chase head honcho Jamie Dimon called the cryptocurrency a “fraud,” helping to send it crashing to below $3,000, bitcoin is racing upwards once again — surging 9 percent in the last day to smash its previous..


Reported by The Wrap • Thursday, October 12, 2017

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