The spot price of Bitcoin has surpassed সর্ব 66,000 per unit of the leading crypto asset ever (ATH) since the introduction of the first Bitcoin Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) in the United States. The last bitcoin touched ATH six months ago was April 20, 2021, with the price reaching 64 64,804 per unit.
Bitcoin records new all-time high prices
- The value of Bitcoin (BTC) measured in US dollars has reached an all-time high. The price on Bitstamp reached $ 66,299 per unit, surpassing the ATH of digital assets seized six months ago. At press time, Bitcoin (BTC) has a trade volume of .6 39.6 billion for trading.
- Bitcoin has a market cap of $ 1.223 trillion and is the sixth most valuable asset on the planet today.
- Bitcoin’s ATH Proshares follows the introduction of the Bitcoin Strategy ETF (BITO) which was listed on October 19, 2021. The Bitcoin Exchange-Trading Fund is the first ETF approved in the United States and is based on the Bitcoin Futures Market.
- Bitcoin’s largest pair is Teether (USDT) which accounts for 59.97% of all BTC business. It is followed by USD (14.99%), BUSD (4.61%), JPY (3.33%), EUR (3.20%), KRW (2.27%), and AUD (2.16%).
- Today’s top exchanges include Coinbase, FTX, Bitfinex, Bitstamp and Kraken, respectively. Coinbase today commands 20.25% of BTC volume and FTX captures 14.68%.
- Each year, the value of Bitcoin (BTC) has increased by 456% and BTC has increased by 37.8% in the last 30 days.
- At current prices, Bitcoin currently dominates 45.4% and Ethereum (ETH) dominates about 17.3%.
- Only 12 cryptocurrencies surpassed BTC’s seven-day gain. Crypto assets like OKB, MATIC and ZEC saw gains above 19% last week.
- Bitcoin’s hash rate is hovering around 140 axis per second and the next mining difficulty change on the network is 12 days away.
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