Following a spike to $4,068 from the low $3,900 region, the bitcoin price has experienced a slight pullback to $4,000. While the price of bitcoin slightly differs from region to region, on average, bitcoin is currently being traded at $4,017. Against Tether (USDT) on Binance, bitcoin has dipped below the $4,000 mark to $3,975. Minor Pullback Before Promising Rally or Retest of Previous Bitcoin Supports? Following a 3 percent increase in the price of bitcoin, several traders expected the dominant cryptocurrency to undergo a minor pullback. For over three months,

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