It’s been a rough Good Friday so far in crypto-land. Falls were led by a notable drop in bitcoin, which slumped below $US7,000 this morning — continuing its decline from above $US8,000 the previous day.

That marks the lowest level since early February, when bitcoin tumbled below $US6,000 amid a broader selloff in stocks. will shut down all emails related to cryptocurrencies and blockchain on its platform.”

data-reactid=”34″>According to Coin Telegraph, prices have responded to reports that email marketing company Mailchimp will shut down all emails related to cryptocurrencies and blockchain on its platform. Also read: The 9 commodities set to soar and slump by 2020 ” data-reactid=”35″>Also read: The 9 commodities set to soar and slump by 2020  And late yesterday, the People’s Bank of China reiterated that it will continue to apply strict oversight on digital currencies, in order to protect and strengthen the Chinese yuan.

As usual, the losses in bitcoin extended to other major cryptos — most of which are now trading at their lowest levels of the year. Also read: 10 places in Australia where people have the most social advantage” data-reactid=”38″>Also read: 10 places in Australia where people have the most social advantage Here’s a summary of today’s price action: Read more from au.finance.yahoo.com…

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