Bitcoin appeared to find a bottom Friday, rebounding above $14,000 after moves by South Korea to curb speculation and protect retail customers sent the cryptocurrency sliding yesterday.Bitcoin climbed as much as 8.3 percent tin Asian trading, before dropping back to trade 1.5 percent higher at $14,150 at 11:03 a.m. in London, composite Bloomberg pricing showed.The digital currency has slumped about 27 percent from its record $19,511 reached on Dec. 18, when CME Group Inc. introduced its futures contract. While bitcoin’s debut on regulated derivatives exchanges in Chicago was thought to have given it a new mainstream channel for investors to tap, so far trading volume has been limited.
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