Bitcoin slides after China central bank launches investigation

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LONDON (Reuters) – The price of digital currency bitcoin slid around $50 on Wednesday after China’s central bank said it had launched spot investigations on bitcoin exchanges in Beijing and Shanghai in order to fend off market risks.