Bitcoin broke below $8,000 for the first time in nearly a month as its recent sell-off dragged on for the seventh straight day.

The largest cryptocurrency’s slide on Thursday snowballed into the $7,000s, territory it hasn’t penetrated since late October. The token also slipped below its 200-day moving average line, an event considered a sell signal by many analysts and chartists, provided the asset doesn’t quickly recover.

“Bitcoin price action is a continuation of themes that have developed since this summer,” Jeff Dorman, said chief investment officer at Arca, a Los Angeles-based asset manager that invests in cryptocurrencies and digital assets. “Volumes are low, no new money is coming into the ecosystem, and stocks/bonds/gold are all up double-digits year-to-date, which makes the non-crypto world lose focus on this emerging asset class.”

As with many things crypto, analysts and investors have had trouble isolating an exact catalyst for the sell-off. Many have pointed to China’s latest crackdown on the nascent market. While the Asian nation as recently as last month said it may start to embrace the blockchain technology that supports cryptocurrencies, it has since taken steps to curb crypto trading.

Watchdogs in Shanghai, for instance, issued notices calling for a cleanup of companies involved in trading of digital assets, while one in Beijing warned against illegal exchange operations.

Bitcoin was down 1.9% as of 9:03 a.m. on Thursday to trade at $7,938 and has dropped about 14% this month, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index, which tracks major cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin and Litecoin, has lost 12% in November.

This article was provided by Bloomberg News.