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The crypocurrency’s plunge from Monday’s high of $19,511 to as low as $12,192 Friday isn’t even particularly eye-catching on a logarithmic scale, used to compare relative percentage-point sizes of moves.
According to the logarithmic scale used to measure earthquakes, a 6.3 quake would be 10 times bigger than the one triggered by the North’s previous nuclear test in September 2016, which the USGS said had a magnitude of 5.3.
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