Bitcoin prices are collapsing almost as quickly as they originally skyrocketed. The average price of Bitcoin fell below $200 on Wednesday, continuing a months-long decline that has pushed prices back down to the lowest level since October 2013. The recent drop comes on the heels of the news that Bitstamp, a bitcoin exchange, reported that its wallets were compromised and had to temporarily shut down services. Bitcoin prices fell below $300 last week and continued to skid.
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