Bitcoin hits $10,000 for first time since September

Pedro Gonçalves
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Bitcoin hits $10,000 for first time since September

The price of bitcoin surpassed $10,000 for the first time since September, as the leading cryptocurrency continues its rally in 2020. It rose as much as 2.6% to $10,179 last Sunday, capping a gain of about 40% so far this year, according to Bitstamp pricing. With the surge above $10,000, the cryptocurrency's market capitalization has jumped to $183bn. The cryptocurrency is now up more than $3,500 from the low of $6,425 registered in mid-December.  This breakout is the real deal. F...

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