Bitcoin Exceeds The $10,000 Mark for The First Time Since October 2019

The Bitcoin exchange rate on Sunday for the first time since October last year crossed the psychological threshold of $10,000, TASS reported citing Coindesk.

As of 15:42 Moscow time, the Bitcoin exchange rate was $ 10.145 (an increase of 3.27%).

Bitcoin reached its maximum value of $20,000 in December 2017.

Bitcoin is a decentralized system of the same name cryptocurrency based on blockchain technology. It can be emitted by any user who is a member of the system. To do this, you need to create new system blocks using a computing device.

The concept of the system was published in November 2008. The rapid growth in the popularity of bitcoin has occurred only in recent years. The emission of this cryptocurrency is limited, and now most of the bitcoins are “mined”.

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