LONDON — Bitcoin is at a one month high against the dollar on Sunday as it continues to rise. Bitcoin is up 2.3% to $ 4,538.90 at 3.30 p.m. BST (10.30 a.m. ET): It marks the first time bitcoin has been above $ 4,500 since early September and continues a rally that began on Thursday. Commenting on the rally on Friday, Mati Greenspan, a senior market analyst at trading platform eToro, said: “European regulators have…"Bitcoin is back above $4,500 for the first time in a month"
Bitcoin hit a fresh record high of $ 4,710 a coin on Thursday morning. Currently, the cryptocurrency trades up 2.38% at $ 4,704 a coin. Thursday’s advance caps off a big month for bitcoin, which has rallied 63.5% since the August 1 fork that split it in two. Bitcoin cash, the cryptocurrency that was formed from the fork, has gained about 116% since its first trade of $ 300. August has been an eventful month for bitcoin.…"Bitcoin spikes to a record high above $4,700"
Bitcoin is at another fresh all-time high. The cryptocurrency trades up 7.2%, or almost $ 95, at $ 1,411.05 as of 12:04 p.m. ET. It hit an all-time high of $ 1456.35 earlier on Monday. The advance comes with no specific catalyst, but has trade on track for its 10th gain in 11 sessions. Bitcoin has been moving higer over much of the past week following news that the US Securities and Exchange Commission will reconsider…"Bitcoin busts out to an all-time high above $1,400"
Bitcoin is trading up 1.2% at $ 1,049 a coin as of 7:37 a.m. ET after aggressive selling on Wednesday slammed the cryptocurrency below the $ 1,000 level for just the second time since the beginning of Febraury. Traders continue to grapple with the possibility that developers could set up a “hard fork,” or alternative marketplace for bitcoin, as well a crackdown on trading in China and the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s upcoming rulings on bitcoin ETFs. Thursday’s buying…"Bitcoin spikes above $1,000"