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Bitcoin fell toward $15,000 after the cryptocurrency's biggest rally in two weeks ended a rout that wiped more than $9,000 off the price.Among rival digital currencies, ripple extended its gains to 9.6 percent, while ethereum and litecoin fell 1.2 percent and 6.2 percent respectively, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.The relatively quiet day for bitcoin comes on the heels of a five-day slump that reached 44 percent at its depths and took the coin below $11,000 Friday. Bitcoin's volatility is adding to an ongoing debate about how to value the digital coin which has surged about 1,600 percent this year.
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