Bitcoin bulls controlled most of the price action in the market last week despite the mundane trading. The flagship cryptocurrency managed to clear the resistance at $55,500, which bolstered the price to around $59,000. Although investors had speculated BTC closing the day above $60,000 on Monday, a correction ensued, with the largest cryptocurrency diving under
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