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Bitcoin fell sharply on Monday as a wave of selling triggered by tumult in China’s indebted property sector hit the crypto markets.

The world’s largest cryptocurrency was trading at about $43,489 at 5 p.m. ET, down 8.6% from Friday, according to CoinDesk.

Source: WSJ

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