Bitcoin was trading below $10,000 on exchanges for the first time in 11 days Tuesday morning, and may face further losses ahead.
The spread between the price of bitcoin on South Korean and U.S. exchanges reached as high as $1,000 this weekend, a sign market inconsistencies are returning with price action.
With technical charts flashing signs of buyer exhaustion, bitcoin risks falling to levels below $10,000 this week.
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