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Bitcoin price slides amid EUEuropean regulator want banks to hold personal details of cryptocurrency clients, while US wants swift work to establish less volatile 'stablecoins' Bitcoin has slipped below $30,000 as calls grew among regulators in the US, Europe and Asia for tighter checks on cryptocurrencies, and the less volatile digi-currency known as "stablecoins". Bitcoin, the world's largest cryptocurrency fell as much as 5% to $29,300, its lowest since 22 June, and investors said it was likely to test the $28,600 level touched last month, its lowest since early January, as it faced a variety of regulatory headwinds. Smaller cryptocurrencies such as ether and XRP...
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