As prices tumble and the markets make a huge correction from their spike in early January, the banks are battening down their hatches. Leading UK bank Lloyds joined its counterparts in the US by banning the purchase of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for its customers using credit cards. Credit card issuers fear that people will fall into debts that they will have to shoulder if they buy crypto and the prices continue to fall. Bitcoin
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