Bitcoin Price Hits Two-Month High Above $12,300
Bitcoin's price clocked two-month highs above $12,370 on Wednesday. The options market expects a continued rally.
Bitcoin's (BTC) price has climbed to 15-month highs even as coronavirus-induced instability rocks the stock markets.
According to data from Bitstamp, the USD price of 1 BTC has eclipsed its previous all-time high of $19,666 set on December 13, 2017. The post Bitcoin Price Hits All-Time High appeared first on Bitcoin Magazine.
The active supply of Ethereum (ETH), measured on a 6-12 month timeframe, has dipped to its 17-month low. Data fetched by Glassnode shows that there are now over 15.1 million ETH available for accumulation even as the demand for the cryptocurrency grows ahead of its much-awaited protocol migration to proof-of-stake. At its periodic high, the […]
The price of bitcoin surpassed its all-time high touching $20,800 on Wednesday morning (EST). At the time of publication, the crypto asset is up over 6% during the last 24 hours with a whopping $380 billion market capitalization. Bitcoin has touched a two-week high reaching $20,800 per coin on Wednesday, December 16, 2020. The price has crushed the previous all-time high (ATH) captured on December 1, 2020, at $19,920. After reaching the ATH on Wednesday, nearly 100% of all BTC in circulation is in a state of profit. There is currently 18.5 million BTC in circulation which gives the crypto....
Bitcoin price hits a new high in 2016 and is now trading at figures unseen since early 2014, at a near 3-year-high. After a strong quarter that saw bitcoin price rally from the $600 mark in October to $700 in November before steadily increasing afterwards, the value of the cryptocurrency broke through the $800 to reach a high of $810 on the Bitstamp Price Index (BPI). That figure was achieved for the first time since February 5, 2014, when bitcoin price struck $809.48. Bitcoin is trading to the dollar at a new 34-month high. The surge began late Tuesday night (UTC). After a steady day of....