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Bitcoin jumps 10% to a record high of 15 years


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    Bitcoin soars 10% to 1.5-year high

    Bitcoin logo, representation of cryptocurrencies and rising stock graph are seen in this illustration taken, July 7, 2022.

    PUBLISHED ONOctober 24, 2023 1:25 AM

    SINGAPORE — Cryptocurrency bitcoin leapt as much as 14 per cent to a 2-1/2 year high of US$34,283 (S$46,851) in early Asia hours on Tuesday (Oct 24), on speculation that the US could soon approve a bitcoin exchange-traded fund.

    Bitcoin was last up 10 per cent at US$33,030. Smaller rival ether was up six per cent at US$1,763.

    ALSO READ: IMF and regulators set out roadmap to contain crypto risks

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