So, how do the two bull-runs stack up side-by-side?
Charles Boivard contributed reporting.
Marco Streng, CEO of hosted mining firm Genesis Mining, posited that it was the 2013 rally itself that ... Read More
That said, the story raises the specter of Chinese regulatory involvement in the bitcoin space, the threat of which sent bitcoin markets plunging in late 2013 after the Chinese central bank issued war... Read More
At close of day, bitcoin prices were again trading above $1,000, though they were about 11% lower than the opening price of $1,129.87.
After falling sharply to a near two-week low today, bitcoin pr... Read More
A high of $1,060 meant that the price was inching closer to its all-time high of $1,165.89, reached on 30th November, 2013, according to data from the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index (BPI).
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Exchange reps told CoinDesk:
"In 2013, when the price was 8,000 yuan, the weekly trading volume was 393,000 BTC, with an amplitude of the week up to 103%. The trading volume was very small. Today, ... Read More
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