Bitcoin Price Going to Break 400 USD

Bitcoin Price Going to Break 400 USD

After almost one month where the Bitcoin price has been floating below 350 USD per BTC (and even lower), the price has recently increased drastically. For the first time since October 15th, 2014, we might see a Bitcoin worth more than 400 dollars. Also read: "How to Trade Bitcoin". The third quarter of 2014 has been quite hard on Bitcoin owners and traders seeing the Bitcoin price lose position against the US dollar. Some have even said that the Bitcoin price could crash even harder and go below 275 USD per Bitcoin. The Bitcoin Price Chart Speaks For Itself. If you take a look at our new....


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