Bitcoin's Price Climbs Above $8,100 to Hit New All-Time High

in bitcoin •  last year


Bitcoin's price rose above $8,100 for the first time on Sunday.

Data from CoinDesk's Bitcoin Price Index (BPI) indicates that the price climbed to $8,101.91 between 20:00 and 20:15 UTC. This move came after bitcoin – which toed the $8,000 line during Friday trading – crossed that threshold several hours earlier.

That the charge of bitcoin would surge above this peak changed into within the playing cards closing week, as turned into advised with the aid of analysis on the time. Conversely, last week noticed a few dramatic movements at the charge front, with markets losing under $6,000 best to recover days later. market commentary throughout the week became led, in part, through hypothesis around pending futures product launches and interest among institutional traders standard.

certainly, the pass confirms a opportunity floated with the aid of analysts from funding bank Goldman Sachs earlier this month. The firm's analysts have posted numerous forecasts in view that earlier this 12 months, extensively predicting some of the trends visible over the summer time.

As of press time, the rate of bitcoin has slipped lower back beneath $eight,000, trading at around $7,983.

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