Bitcoin has gone up again to break the 10 thousand dollar mark

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 Bitcoin has gone up again to break the 10 thousand dollar mark


The American investment research platform SeekingAlpha reported that since bitcoin hit a price of $6500, it has soared and increased by more than 40% in less than 30 days, which has benefited early investors. MarketWatch quoted CrackedMarkets JaniZiedins blog article as saying, at present, bitcoin will remain above $9000. But we need to pay attention to the lack of stamina, and have been unable to continue upward. The article warns that although digital money is rising again, do not expect it to go all the way. People need to be extra careful. Its better to sell than to invest. Last year, the price of bitcoin rose to a record high of nearly $20 thousand. In January this year, bitcoin prices plummeted, or 30%, compared with the peak of last years price, which has fallen by nearly 57%. In February 6th, the trading price of bitcoin on several platforms fell below 6000 US dollars, and the decline in 24 hours was over 25%. Since the price of bitcoin first broke through 10 thousand dollars for the first time last year (picture source: coinmarketcap.com), although price tumbling has made many people heart dripping, one investor says there are not many people who choose to leave in his circle. He said: some investors have been locked up, they want to cut meat out, but feel very bad, so very helpless. In March, the average daily trading volume of the encrypted currency exchange fell to $9 billion 100 million, and the average daily trading volume fell to $7 billion 400 million in the first half of April, according to CryptoCompare, an encrypted currency analysis website. Relatively speaking, in December last year, the average daily trading volume of the encrypted currency exchange amounted to US $17 billion. Source: observer net responsibility editor: Zhang Zutao _NT5054 Since last year, the price of bitcoin for the first time exceeded 10 thousand US dollars to date (photo source: coinmarketcap.com). Although the price slump has caused many people to bleed, one investor said that in his circle, there were not many people who chose to leave. He said: some investors have been locked up, they want to cut meat out, but feel very bad, so very helpless. In March, the average daily trading volume of the encrypted currency exchange fell to $9 billion 100 million, and the average daily trading volume fell to $7 billion 400 million in the first half of April, according to CryptoCompare, an encrypted currency analysis website. Relatively speaking, in December last year, the average daily trading volume of the encrypted currency exchange amounted to US $17 billion.