Bitcoin trap feared over sanctions against sanction-seeking Russians

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For a moment, it seemed that Bitcoin had found its way up. Despite the war in Ukraine, the Bitcoin price rose to more than 45,000 dollars in week 9. But Joe Biden, among others, seems to want to put a stop to that, because Russians would circumvent sanctions with the digital currency.




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