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Bitcoin rises above $ 66,000 for the first time

2021-10-20T21:28:55.434Z

At the beginning of the year, Bitcoin was only quoted at around $ 30,000. Today the oldest crypto investment on the Bitstamp trading platform reached a maximum price of $ 66,187.



At the beginning of the year, Bitcoin was only quoted at around $ 30,000.

Today the oldest crypto investment on the Bitstamp trading platform reached a maximum price of $ 66,187.

Frankfurt / Main - Bitcoin has climbed to a record level.

Bitcoin, the oldest and largest in terms of market value, rose above $ 66,000 for the first time today.

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A maximum price of $ 66,187 was reached on the Bitstamp trading platform in the early afternoon.

At the beginning of the year, Bitcoin was only quoted at around $ 30,000.

Other digital stocks such as ether also gained in price.

Traders referred to the start of trading for the first exchange-traded Bitcoin fund in the US.

The financial product called Proshares Bitcoin Strategy ETF was launched on the stock exchange on Tuesday.

"The price fantasies of investors have now received new nourishment," writes Bitcoin expert Timo Emden from Emden Research.

The gates of the ETF market have been open for the crypto market since Tuesday at the latest.

According to Emden, the first Bitcoin ETF on Wall Street could finally make cryptocurrencies “socially acceptable”.

dpa

Source: merkur

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