Bitcoin Climbs Back Over $30,000SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Bitcoin recovered from a one-month low and broke back above $30,000 on Wednesday, suggesting firm support around that level even as the mood in broader financial markets remained fragile.
Bitcoin rose about 3% to $30,762 in the Asia session after it dropped to its lowest since June on Tuesday at $29,296. Bitcoin is worth less than half its April record high of $64,895.22. Ether rose 4% to $1,862.
(Reporting by Tom Westbrook; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)
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