The bitcoin price jumped $50 in four days of trading, but settled back below the $250 mark after crossing the threshold in earlier trading.
Bitcoin traded sideways over the last week, with the price largely unchanged, as the wider macro-economy awaits a possible Greek Eurozone exit.
Following a price spike on major announcements from Coinbase two weeks ago, the bitcoin price has fallen back below $250.
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?