Bitcoin made a mild recovery to around USD6580 at reporting time, after dropping as low as USD6247 in the last 24 hours.
Notably, almost half of the 26% drop witnessed over the last two weeks had happened in the last 48 hours. The cryptocurrency now looks to hold above USD6500 as the most recent sell off begins to slow.
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