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Why is Crypto Always Crashing so Hard?

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Cryptocurrencies have been losing value for months. Last week, there was another crash. US monetary policy is to blame.

The crypto world is seething: since November, the market around Bitcoin, Ether, Dogecoin, and Co. has lost a total of almost a trillion dollars. Bitcoin even plunged below the 40,000 dollar mark at the beginning of the week. In the meantime, the price has recovered somewhat and…

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