Digital currency Bitcoin rose from 30 30,000 for the first time on Saturday, to 33,099

Bitcoin rises to over 30,000 for the first time ever

The world’s most popular cryptocurrency is priced at $ 33,099 on Saturday

The digital currency Bitcoin extended its record-smashing rally on Saturday, beginning the year with more than $ 30,000 for the first time, with more traders and investors claiming it is on track to become a mainstream payment method. The price of the world’s most popular cryptocurrency hit an all-time high of $ 33,099 on Saturday, with all other markets closed in the first weekend around 2021.

It was last up about 12 percent at 32,883. Bitcoin advanced more than 300 percent in 2020, and has surpassed% 20,000 in the last two weeks, adding more than 50 percent to the recent leg highs.

The blockchain currency has only been around for a decade or so, and 2020 has seen an increase in demand from large U.S. investors, attracted by its spread inflation-hedging qualities and the prospect of quick profits, as well as expectations that it will become a mainstream payment. Method. Investors said the limited supply of bitcoin – made by so-called “mining” computers that recognize blocks of transactions through competition to solve math puzzles – has helped speed up power in recent days. Some even saw it as a safe-haven during COVID-19 epidemic, similar to gold.

Sergei Nazarov, co-founder of global blockchain project Chainlink, wrote in an email on Saturday, “It is likely that this asset will pass $ 100,000 per coin.”


“People have been steadily losing faith in their government currencies for years, and the monetary policies that have resulted from the economic impact of the coronavirus have only accelerated this decline.” It trades on numerous exchanges, the largest of which is Synbase, which is itself ready. It is going to be the first platform to go public and get listed on Google Street. Multiple competing cryptocurrencies use the same blockchain or electronic ledger, technology.

Ethereum, the second-largest, grew 465 percent in 2020 and about 7 percent on Saturday.