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Bitcoin falls below $50,000 after hitting highs since the December flash crash

Bitcoin falls below $50,000 on Tuesday, after hitting the $52,000 mark on Monday, its first high since Dec. 4th, when the world's largest cryptocurrency staged a 'flash crash' that saw it drop as low as $42,000. Monday's boom followed several days of gains for both the creation of Satoshi Nakamoto and for the main 'altcoins', with some notable rises for Terra, Polkadot or Cardano network tokens. However, they are experiencing a correction that reaches 7% for some of them on Tuesday.

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