The largest and undoubtedly the most important cryptocurrency in the world, Bitcoin (collector coin from 5 euros on Amazon), has lost something after the record high of almost $ 67,000 reached on Wednesday and is trading at $ 63,300 per bitcoin at the time of publishing this article. The price of a bitcoin is therefore slightly more than 5 percent lower than the day before.
It was more or less expected that after such an explosive increase, which was also helped by the approval of the first Bitcoin Futures ETF in the US, a small correction would take place. Many other cryptocurrencies, such as the also very popular Ethereum, followed this general slight crypto pullback. An Ethereum is currently worth almost $4,090.
Crypto fan Elon Musk still pushed and celebrated Bitcoin’s rise with a corresponding one Post on the social network Twitter, which is included below this article. Here, Musk posted a cartoonish image of a couple in bed cozily staring at a screen showing a fictitious bitcoin price of $69,000 and an ethereum price of $4,200. What exactly Musk means by this post remains his secret. A rather optimistic view of cryptos and Bitcoin in particular is hard to argue with at the moment.
This article is published for informational purposes only and does not constitute investment advice.
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