Bitcoin Sees First Ever Decline Over Quarter 2

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Jul/06/2018

Bitcoin's 7-year winning streak during quarter 2 has been snapped.

Bitcoin has hit a low of $5,827.  It was trading at $6,560 Friday afternoon.

A sharp increase in price to kick off the quarter was followed by a drastic downturn during the month of June.

BTC's 1,964 percent rally in the second quarter of 2011 was its best performance during this period.

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