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Bitcoin Volatility Sinks to Lowest In Nearly Two Years

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Bitcoin Volatility Sinks to Lowest In Nearly Two Years

Bitcoin Volatility Sinks to Lowest In Nearly Two Years

According to Reuters, Bitcoin has experienced one of its worst annual price performances of its short 10-year-old life but also appears to have become more stable in the process.

Volatility of the biggest cryptocurrency has sunk to its lowest for nearly two years, with price swings falling lower than increasingly edgy U.S. stocks for more than two weeks in a row.

In contrast to bitcoin, volatility in the S&P 500, has since late September climbed to a near seven-month high.

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