Bitcoin (BTC) Decouples Further From Stocks, But For The Worse

Bitcoin’s (BTC) recent losses saw the token plummet below a key support level, likely setting it up for more declines in the near future. BTC fell below the key $20,000 level on Saturday, hitting its lowest level since late-2020. It is now trading slightly above $19,000, after falling briefly falling below that level. The token’s

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