Bitcoin took a hit on Thursday after the internet in Kazakhstan was shut down amid intensifying violence.Dozens of protesters and police dead amid Kazakhstan unrest
The central Asian nation in recent days has been rocked by violent clashes between protesters, police and the army. The protests began in the west of the country over the weekend, after a sharp rise in fuel crisis, and quickly spread through cities across the nation.
The internet was shut down nationwide on Wednesday. And though the intent appeared to be to disrupt the protesters’ communications, the effects of the blackout have spread further.
The fall of the monument to ex-President Nazarbayev in Kazakhstan’s Taldykorgan was captured on video
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