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Bitcoin Price Spike

Following a sell-off in Bitcoin, Ethereum hit a record-breaking high, leading many to believe that we could see the Ethereum price reach $1,000 in 2018.

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The value of bitcoin, the decentralized digital currency with global name recognition, has surged past $2,000 US.

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Our Bitcoin (BTC) price prediction 2017 remains upbeat, owing to both heavy investment in blockchain technology and capital controls in the East.

The digital currency Bitcoin was introduced in 2009. Bitcoin and the many other digital currencies are primarily online currencies. The key currencies are those based …

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to control its creation and management, rather than …

The value of the electronic currency Bitcoin has hit a new high of $340. This is not surprising. Earlier this spring, when Bitcoin was in the middle of its …

Bitcoins are now worth nearly as much as an ounce of gold. The price of one bitcoin rose as high as $1,242 early Friday, just two days after crossing …

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