Market Wrap Up 2/23 – 3/1, Bitcoin and Darkcoin Make Bullish Moves

Market Wrap Up 2/23 – 3/1, Bitcoin and Darkcoin Make Bullish Moves

With the end of February just passing, many were saying February the most stable month of Bitcoin so far. With a net change of a $1 per day, Bitcoin users enjoyed a stable price. For a while, it looked that February was going to end with Bitcoin at a price of the mid $230s. Later Sunday, after the price dipped to the upper $240s, we had a similar breakout when we broke through $250. China is leading the way again, but $260 has been surpassed from all the principal Bitcoin exchanges in the USA and China.

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