Cryptocurrency trading mixed, day after China crackdown

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Check out what's clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Bitcoin was trading 0.54% lower early Saturday, one day after Chinese regulators said all crypto-related activities are illegal. TIGER WOODS, AUTOGRAPH, DRAFTKINGS LAUNCHING EXCLUSIVE NFT COLLECTIONThe price was around $42,850 per coin, while rivals Ethereum and Dogecoin were trading around $2,945 (+0.87%) and 21 cents (+0.55%) per coin, respectively, according to Coindesk.Following the announcement from the People’s Bank of China, Bitcoin dropped nearly 6% to around $41,700 per coin, while Ethereum and XRP dropped 8% to around $2,800 per coin and 7% to 91 cents per coin, respectively, according to real-time price tracking by Coindesk.  Bitcoin was trading 0.54% lower early Saturday, one day after Chinese regulators said all crypto-related activities are illegal. (iStock)A notice from the People's Bank of China on Friday complained Bitcoin, Ethereum and other digital currencies disrupt the financial system and ar
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