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Bitcoin Price Breaks Another All-time High Surpassing $67K

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Yesterday, Bitcoin’s price surged past k and consolidated just below the previous all-time high set on October 20, 2021. Moments ago, the primary cryptocurrency took off and as of writing these lines, the BTC price recorded a new all-time high above .8K, according to Bitstamp exchange. This comes shortly after the total cryptocurrency market cap crossed the trillion milestone for the first time, whereas Bitcoin’s market cap is entitled for 43.6% of it. Furthermore, Ethereum – the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap – continues to break new highs. It currently trades above 00 per ETH, with almost half of Bitcoin’s total market cap, according to CoinGecko. Currently, the cryptocurrency’s market cap appears poised to overtake silver’s market cap. At .27

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  • Yesterday, Bitcoin’s price surged past $65k and consolidated just below the previous all-time high set on October 20, 2021.
  • Moments ago, the primary cryptocurrency took off and as of writing these lines, the BTC price recorded a new all-time high above $67.8K, according to Bitstamp exchange.
  • This comes shortly after the total cryptocurrency market cap crossed the $3 trillion milestone for the first time, whereas Bitcoin’s market cap is entitled for 43.6% of it.
  • Furthermore, Ethereum – the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap – continues to break new highs. It currently trades above $4800 per ETH, with almost half of Bitcoin’s total market cap, according to CoinGecko.
  • Currently, the cryptocurrency’s market cap appears poised to overtake silver’s market cap. At $1.27 trillion, it is less than 10% away from silver’s $1.36 trillion.
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