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South Korea: After Sending Bitcoin Price to $71k, Kimchi Premium Begins to Nosedive

The price of bitcoin (BTC) briefly touched $71,000 at 5:55 a.m. UTC on South Korea’s Upbit crypto exchange. However, things have started to cool down as the price of bitcoin (BTC) has failed to maintain its bullish push. Bitcoin Hit $70k in Korea  Bitcoin raced to an all-time-high (ATH) of over 61k for the first
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