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The two top cryptocurrencies fell 10% on Tuesday despite acceptance and approval by the nation states.
June 8, 2021 at 8:00 PM UTC · 2 minutes read
The Bitcoin and Ethereum markets saw another major sell-off on June 8, data from multiple sources shows.
Assets fell more than 10% while some altcoins fell as much as 15%.
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