Bitcoin’s Market Cap Hits All-Time High

Bitcoin’s Market Cap Hits All-Time High

According to publicly-available market data, bitcoin’s market capitalization has hit a new all-time high, eclipsing its highest mark ever of $328.89879 billion, set on December 16, 2017, per Coin Metrics. Market capitalization is determined by an asset’s individual price, multiplied by its total supply. At the time of this writing, according to cryptocurrency exchange Bitstamp, the bitcoin price reached $17,756 and, according to Bitcoin data aggregator Clark Moody, the supply has reached 18,546,019.15 BTC. With that total listed supply at that listed price, bitcoin has a market....


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