In rupee terms, Bitcoin fell as much as 17 per cent, Ethereum was down 14 per cent, Dogecoin over 20 per cent and Polkadot 14 per cent. Even dollar-pegged token Tether was down nearly 17 per cent, data available at WazirX showed.
“This is the plan of the Left…Get us to a place where we have just staggering financial problems, and so more control by the federal government must be put into place,” Flynn said.
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