While the bitcoin price may have taken a beating recently, it appears to be bouncing back, having crossed the $250 and $300 mark in quick succession.
The bitcoin price crashed below $200 last week, leaving market watchers trying to figure out just what had happened.
Trading volume has surged at the sub-$200 bitcoin price, making it the busiest day for exchanges since last November.
The bitcoin price fell below the landmark $200 point at 07:24 GMT today, putting it back into territory not seen since late 2013.
The bitcoin price has broken the $250 mark and appears to be headed lower, as sell orders pile up at exchanges.
After a torrid week for the bitcoin price, which saw it trading below $300 and suffering a major exchange outage, questions arise about what's next.
Bitcoin's price crashed over the New Year weekend, losing $51 over two days. Why?
The bitcoin price has plunged into the low-$300s in December, as a bearish month closes out 2014.
The bitcoin price has remained flat, but traded volume has declined sharply over the last week.
Bitcoin's price is unstable because of its fixed supply, say experts. Is there anything we can do to fix that?