Another warning from Bank of England as Bitcoin, Ether hit highs

Mark Battersby
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The bitcoin price has reached a new record high, breaking through $68,000 and falling a touch to $67,920 at 11.05am on 9 November, amid positive and negative commentaries on the crypto space. The latest gains come after the US tech entrepreneur Jack Dorsey, the chief executive and co-founder of the payment service Square, said he was committed to making bitcoin "the native currency of the internet" and his company had no plans to expand its offerings to other cryptocurrencies. He told analysts on an earnings call last week the firm was working on a number of initiatives, such as hardware...

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