The Bitcoin Sentiment Index has been retired.
Bitcoin prices surged more than 9% on 17th January, surpassing $900 for the first time in nearly a week.
After trials and turbulence last week, the price of bitcoin is up more than 7% today already.
A tranquil day in bitcoin markets.
Bitcoin markets could see "a series of failed rallies" in the period ahead, according to one major bitcoin hedge fund.
The suspense surrounding potential bitcoin regulations in China served to limit this week's price movements.
Bitcoin prices enjoyed a respite from sharp volatility on 12th January, fluctuating primarily within relatively modest ranges.
Despite recent reports suggesting China's central bank is casting a critical eye on domestic bitcoin exchanges, local traders remain largely unfazed.
The bitcoin price slide that began this morning has continued, falling to its lowest level since early December.
Bitcoin prices tumbled more than 10% in morning trading, dipping below the $800 mark.
Chris Burniske and Adam White discuss their recently published white paper, setting out what they see as the tech's investment potential.