Bitcoin's price rose above $6,500 today, offering some respite for the badly battered bulls.
Cryptocurrency investors continue to turn risk averse as the total cryptocurrency market capitalization sinks to a new annual low.
A "price calculation error" on CoinMarketCap led the site to list inflated prices for several coins on the platform.
Bitcoin has retraced 40 percent of the rally from the June low of $5,755, signaling a short-term bullish-to-bearish trend change.
Bitcoin's price could trade in a narrow range in the next 24 hours, courtesy of oversold conditions reported by short duration technical charts.
Bitcoin's price faces the risk of a deeper drop as an extended period of low volatility action has ended up making way for a downside move.
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New research suggests that prices for high-end graphics cards – coveted by both cryptocurrency miners and gamers alike – are falling.
Bancor is said to have suffered "a security breach" this morning.