Newsflash: Bitcoin Price Takes a Steep Fall Below $1000

Newsflash: Bitcoin Price Takes a Steep Fall Below $1000

Update: Today’s price low has been corrected from the earlier reported $887 to $885.41. After months of a sustained bullish rally, bitcoin price has swung to a significant slump, hitting a low of $885.41 on the Bitstamp Price Index (BPI) today. The dramatic drop comes within a day of bitcoin inching close to its all-time high. The first signs of a collapse began at 09:00 (UTC), when bitcoin was trading at $1,134.78. A thirty-minute trading period saw price fall quickly toward $1,068.84 before rebounding above the $1,100 mark an hour later. Come midday, things took a turn further south as....


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