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Chart of the day: Bitcoin price passes $10,000 mark 

Had you invested $100 in 2010, when bitcoin peaked at $0.39, it would now be worth $2.8 million Image: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration

Charlotte Beale

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Bitcoin's value has increased ten fold during 2017, to more than $10,000 Image: CoinMarketCap

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