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 is at it again. Overnight, the cryptocurrency topped $ 1,900 for the first time. It is now trading up by 2.3% at $ 1,938.81 a coin. Friday’s gains have bitcoin up by about 102% since March 27. The cryptocurrency has gained in 23 of the past 26 sessions. The rally has seemingly been sparked by news out of Japan at the beginning of April that bitcoin is now considered a legal payment method in…"Bitcoin surges past $1,900 for the first time"
Bitcoin is trading at another record high on Thursday. The cryptocurrency is up 4.59% at $ 1853.55 a coin after Ulmart, Russia’s largest online retailer, said it would begin accepting bitcoin, Cryptocoin News says. The announcement from Ulmart comes despite Russia’s central bank saying it would wait until 2018 to consider allowing the use of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. At the beginning of April, Japan’s regulators announced bitcoin is now a legal payment method in the country. Bitcoin’s…"Bitcoin shoots past $1,800 for the first time"
Bitcoin seems unstoppable, topping $ 1,700 for the first time on Tuesday. The cryptocurrency is up 5.71% at $ 1,758.45 a coin, as trade grinds higher for the 16th time in 18 sessions. It has gained nearly 50% during its run. Tuesday’s gain comes without any obvious catalyst as traders await the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s ruling on whether it will reverse its decision to reject the Winklevoss twins’ exchange-traded fund. The SEC rejected two…"Bitcoin soars past $1,700 for the first time"
Bitcoin cleared the $ 1,600 level for the first time on Thursday. The cryptocurrency has pulled back a bit and now trades up 5.5% at $ 1,585.71 a coin as of 12:27 p.m. ET. It’s higher for the 14th time in 15 days, gaining more than 35% over that time. The recent rally has lacked any real catalyst, with traders seemingly keying in on hope the US Securities and Exchange Commission will reverse its decision…"Bitcoin tops $1,600 for the first time (BTC)"
Bitcoin has been the top-performing currency in the world in six of the past seven years, climbing from zero to a value of about $ 1,190. But the cryptocurrency isn’t anywhere close to its potential, according to Jeremy Liew, the first investor in Snapchat, and Blockchain CEO and cofounder Peter Smith. In a presentation sent to Business Insider, the duo laid out their case for why it’s reasonable for bitcoin to explode to $ 500,000 by…"The first investor in Snapchat thinks bitcoin could realistically be worth $500,000 by 2030"