TOKYO (Reuters) – Bitcoin combined around $60,000 on Monday, kicking back from the weekends record high as financiers gotten ready for inflation worries and U.S. stimulus spending to move it even higher.FILE PHOTO: A collection of Bitcoin (virtual currency) tokens are shown in this picture illustration taken Dec. 8, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/Illustration/File PhotoThe worlds most popular cryptocurrency slipped as low as $58,956.90 early in the Asian session, falling from Saturdays record high of $61,781.83. The rally might have been dampened by a Reuters report that India would pursue a ban on digital properties, a storm cloud for bitcoin following prominent recommendations this year from the similarity Teslas Elon Musk, Twitters Jack Dorsey, and financial investment giants Goldman Sachs and BlackRock.Bitcoin has more than doubled in 2021, after quadrupling in 2015.” Investment by institutional investors and corporates is increasing. Its what I call the financialisation of bitcoin,” said Masafumi Yamamoto, primary currency strategist at Mizuho Securities.” Its ending up being a property that financiers can no longer ignore.” Bitcoins weekend surge was assisted by an enhancement in threat appetite in monetary markets after President Joe Biden signed his $1.9 trillion financial stimulus bundle into law and ordered an acceleration in vaccinations.That momentum brought into thinner markets on the weekend, with technical elements amplifying the relocation higher, according to Justin dAnethan, sales manager at digital property business Diginex in Hong Kong.” The crypto market is derivatives heavy,” he noted.” A little move up triggered lots of liquidations throughout Saturday and Sunday, thus becoming a not-so-small move.” Seth Melamed, the Tokyo-based chief running officer of cryptocurrency exchange Liquid, stated legislation of the sort India is proposing wont be an impediment to more gains for bitcoin.” Because its decentralised, federal government restrictions or approval is somewhat irrelevant,” Melamed said. “Capital will discover a method.” Reporting by Kevin Buckland; Additional reporting by Sagarika Jaisinghani and Alun John; Editing by Vidya Ranganathan and Jacqueline Wong