Bitcoin plunged below $8,000 hitting its lowest level since April. Meanwhile, Fundstrat's Tom Lee is confident that bitcoin will reach $25,000.
The launch of Bitcoin futures was the reason behind the decline from $20,000, according to an Economic letter from the Federal Reserve.
Goldman Sachs will become the first Wall Street bank to trade bitcoin. Meanwhile, bitcoin was trading its near 2-month high.
Hong Kong released a report that said cryptocurrencies are not used in financial crimes.
Bitcoin crossed the $9,200 threshold and analysts said it's on its way to $10,000 level. Former PayPal CEO said the crypto is a "scam."
Amazon won a patent for a marketplace that involves data feeds and includes global Bitcoin transaction.
Bitcoin suddenly skyrocketed as much as 17%, valuing above $8,000.
Bitcoin's price plunged below the $7,000 level following its worst quarter; Analyst said the Bitcoin will do worse than stocks.
Twitter announced it will ban cryptocurrency ads, sending bitcoin swinging near the $8,000 level.