Bitcoin Tops $24.6K on Christmas Day, Sets New All-Time High

Bitcoin price hit $24,500 on Christmas Day, setting a new record high as the leading cryptocurrency’s ongoing rally continues.

AccessTimeIconDec 25, 2020 at 12:57 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 10:48 a.m. UTC

"O, come all ye HODLers..." "Bitcoin we have seen on high..."

Regardless of what song one wants to ruin, there's no denying bitcoin has been the gift that keeps on giving this holiday season, cutting through $24,500 on Christmas Day and setting another all-time high.

  • The price of the leading cryptocurrency set a new all-time mark of $24,667.63 before falling back to $24,442.24, up 5.92% on the day.
  • The record price comes a week to the day bitcoin set the prior record of $24,122.67.
  • With the latest price increase, bitcoin's year-to-date percentage gains have grown to over 240%.

"So have yourself a merry little Bitmas..."

Sorry, couldn't resist one more. Happy holidays, everyone!


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