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Bitcoin is flirting with its first back-to-back drop since the start of the year following a poor revenue outlook from technology bellwether Microsoft Corp. that dented wider investor sentiment.
The largest token fell as much as 2.5% and was trading at about $22,518 as of 10:281 a.m. in New York. A range of smaller coins, from Ether to Cardano to Avalanche, were also in the red.