Even as we witness a rebound in the price of Bitcoin in the last few days, the elusive cryptocurrency has lost a staggering 43% in just 3 months, data from Coinbase showed. Notably, Bitcoin price jumped by nearly 10% on Friday, February 8th to $3,657.34. However, the gains have now been pared as Bitcoin is off highs and is currently trading near $3,557 levels, according to Coinbase. The latest gains on Friday, have seen bitcoin rise by more than $300 to $3,663, even though this is miles away from the $20,000 highs reached in December 2017. While Bitcon had made stellar gains in 2017, rising from just $1,000 in January 2017 to above $20,000 by the end of 2018, leading to its rising popularity among many, top market voices from around the world and even back home have cautioned against investing in the asset. \u201cThis is a new tulip. It will be 200 years later as the madness of this century,\u201d Rakesh Jhunjhunwala told Reuters, when asked if about his take on Cryptocurrencies. Also read:\u00a0IndiGo offer: Book flight tickets for as low as Rs 899; check route, other details here Top investors including Warren Buffett and Jim Rogers have shunned the Bitcoin as having no value. Warren Buffett told marketwatch in October-17, \u00a0\u201cYou can\u2019t value bitcoin because it\u2019s not a value-producing asset,\u201d adding it\u2019s a real bubble in that sort of thing. \u201cAs an asset class, you\u2019re not producing anything and so you shouldn\u2019t expect it to go up. It\u2019s kind of a pure \u2018greater fool theory\u2019 type of investment,\u201d Bill Gates told CNBC in an interview in 2018. \u201cI agree I would short it if there was an easy way to do it,\u201d he added. Bill Gates along with fellow billionaires Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger were participating in a conversation on CNBC. Noted commodities-guru Jim Rogers too said that Bitcoin appears bubblish. \u201cIt looks bubblish when you see the kind of price we see in bitcoins. I certainly don\u2019t know which one will come out on top, or if anyone comes out on top. But, I don\u2019t own any,\u201d Rogers told in an interview to Kitco news in 2018.