Bitcoin's price decline this year looks eerily similar to a long-term bottom seen in 2015, chart analysis reveals.
Bitcoin, the world's largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization has jumped 6.6 percent in quick succession pushing prices well above $6,600.
Bitcoin looks to have fought off recent bear attacks that saw prices landing just above the yearly low of $5,755.
Bitcoin has broken the key support level at $7,800 as the bears take back full control of the market during an exhaustive sell-off.
CoinText.io,a blockchain startup developing a way of conducting offline bitcoin cash transactions, closed a $600,000 seed funding round.