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Bitcoin Lost 4.95% to $62707.43 at 5 p.m. ET -- Data Talk

10/21/2021 | 05:30pm EST

Bitcoin is down $3263.71 today or 4.95% to $62707.43

--Largest percentage decrease since Sept. 21, 2021, when it dropped 5.79%

--Snaps a three day winning streak

--Up 44.38% month-to-date

--Up 116.48% year-to-date

--Down 4.95% from its all-time high of $65971.14 on Oct. 20, 2021 (based on 5 p.m. levels)

--Up 377.66% from 52 weeks ago (Oct. 22, 2020), when it traded at $13127.96

--Down 4.95% from its 52-week high of $65971.14 on Oct. 20, 2021 (based on 5 p.m. levels)

--Up 384.55% from its 52-week low of $12941.37 on Oct. 23, 2020 (based on 5 p.m. levels)

--Traded as low as 62367.82

--Down 5.46% at today's intraday low; Largest intraday % decrease since Sept. 24, 2021, when it was down as much as 8.36%

Source: CoinDesk, Dow Jones Market Data

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

10-21-21 1729ET

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