File - A pile of Bitcoin slugs sit in a box ready to be minted in this April 26, 2013 file photo in Sandy, Utah. (George Frey/Getty Images/AFP)
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The January roller coaster for cryptocurrency investors eased Thursday as bitcoin held onto gains after roaring back from its first plunge below $10,000 since December. Bitcoin climbed 6.1 percent to $12,069 at 10:48 a.m. in New York, Bloomberg composite pricing showed. Rivals ethereum and litecoin both rose more than 5 percent, while Ripple jumped 26 percent.Bitcoin is mounting its best two-day performance of 2018 amid almost daily criticism of the free-wheeling, half-a-trillion-dollar world of digital coins by authorities from Russia and South Korea to the U.S. that have put investors on edge.The week isn't bereft of positive news for digital coins.
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