Bitcoin Price Blunders, Suffers $15 Decline

Bitcoin Price Blunders, Suffers $15 Decline

The bitcoin price has fallen… Probably not in the same manner as Olympus or London, but it has seemingly taken a trip down south to the $453 range at press time, equaling a $15 drop since our previous price study. Bitcoin Price Takes A Dive, But Should We Be Worried? Some may take this as a time to panic; that reaction may be premature. Things can appear scary at first, and we’re likely to be reminded of the troublesome year that was 2015 and bitcoin’s previous drop in 2014 from $1,000 to $600, but there’s not enough evidence to suggest such a drop is coming again. Bitcoin is still holding....


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