Bitcoin price falls below $4,000

Bitcoin fell below $4,000 overnight, continuing its tumble from the all-time high of 5,013.91 set on Sept. 2.

Traders have been jittery in the past few days mainly due to media reports suggesting that Chinese authorities are looking to shut down some bitcoin exchanges.

Negative comments from major business leaders, like Jamie Dimon, who called the cryptocurrency a “fraud,” are also unnerving investors.

Related tickers: COIN, OTCQB:BTCS, OTCPK:BTSC, OTCQX:GBTC, OTCPK:GAHC, OTC:ARSC

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