The cryptocurrency market flashed green Wednesday following a major downturn.
Bitcoin looks to have fought off recent bear attacks that saw prices landing just above the yearly low of $5,755.
Bitcoin risks printing fresh 2018 low below the June low of $5,755, but will likely defend the support at $5,650 in the short-run.
The Jamaica Stock Exchange will be adding cryptocurrency trading for its clients later this year.
Residents in all 50 U.S. states can now use Square's Cash App to buy and sell bitcoin, the company has announced.
Bitcoin fell below $6,000 on Tuesday, a decline that brings the price of the world's largest cryptocurrency to within 2 percent of its 2018 low.
Falling prices have sent the total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies below $200 billion.
The price of Ethereum (ETH) just fell below $300 for the first time since November 12 of last year.
Turkey's economic crisis looks to have boosted bitcoin's appeal as a safe-haven asset, pushing it to seven-month highs against the lira.
Bitcoin's corrective rally could gather steam above the key descending trendline hurdle of $6,480.