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Here's the full statement from Musk on Tesla and Bitcoin (ICYMI)

Elon Musk kicked of the rout in the price of BTC and other cryptos earlier in the session: If you hadn't seen the full tweet 9there is not much more) posting it here now:

Coronavirus - New Zealand PM Ardern cautious on international travel reopening - the bar is high

Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern:   - work on ways to phase the reopening of the border continues. - we can explore travel bubbles with other countries

Just waking up? Bitcoin update - BTC trashed on Musk Tesla payment comments

Elon Musk has shunned payments in BTC for his electric vehicles:  The basis of Musk's expressed concern over BTC is its mining and transaction environmental cost (electricity usage, power most often generated by the use of fossil fuels). Musk said he'd support less energy-intensive coins instead.

PBOC sets USD/ CNY reference rate for today at 6.4612 (vs. yesterday at 6.4258)

The People's Bank of China set the onshore yuan (CNY) reference rate for the trading session ahead.    - USD/CNY is permitted to trade plus or minus 2% from this daily reference rate.

Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda says Japan's economy is picking up as a trend

Kuroda speaking from the Diet again today 

Taiwan's stock index TAIEX under renewed pressure, lower

Taiwan's stock market slumped yesterday, before a late bounce Its lower this morning, down around 1.8%. Yesterday:

Bitcoin bounce, back above $50K. Other coins on the bounce also, DOGE back over 42c

Elon Musk has triggered epic losses for the crypto complex with his comments earlier: BTC/USD dropped under $46K at one stage but bounced to back above $50K as I update.

Bitcoin crumbles after Elon Musk bails. Why it may never recover

Bitcoin has fatal flaws and is now a novelty, not the currency of the future In many things, being first to market gives you an insurmountable lead but technology is not one of those things.

Cryptocurrency exchanges under immense strain with BTC meltdown - Reports that Coinbase is down

There are reports that Coinbase is down for some users.  Swamped with transactions following Musk on BTC earlier in the session which has triggered a huge drop in the crypto space. And, its not all one-way traffic, there are big bounces along with big drops. Wild swings. 

Bitcoin rout extends lower. BTC/USD now under $50k

Bitcoin is getting smashed following Elon Musk's tweets earlier in the session:

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