Bitcoin Cash's price rose above the $400 mark today, breaking the rangebound market trend of the past several days.
Following two days of sideways trading, bitcoin prices have once again reached record levels.
Bitcoin prices are beginning to move sideways, just a day after setting a new all-time high.
Bitcoin price gains are impressive. But when compared to traditional asset investment, how big is big? And are there downsides?
Bitcoin prices have fallen below $4,000 hours after hitting a new all-time high.
The price of bitcoin continued its recent bullish surge last night, reaching a new all-time high of $4,483.
The price of bitcoin passed $4,400 for the first time on August 14, a move that helped bring the total value of the crypto market above $140 billion.
An analyst for Goldman Sachs said yesterday that bitcoin could shoot as high as $4,800 – comments that came amid new highs for the cryptocurrency.
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Bitcoin has continued to trade at over $4,000 since reaching a record level of $4,225 yesterday, and has now set a new all-time high of $4,241.