Bitcoin tumbles as cryptocurrencies continue their downward slide

Cryptocurrencies have had a dismal start to the year, and continue to plunge as major economies around the world look to curb their growing popularity.

Bitcoin has fallen over7% in the last 24 hours, and was trading at $39,097 as of 3:00 am ET, according to CoinDesk.

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