A month after the launch of the cryptocurrency, the price of Bitcoin has reached $9,700, making it the second-highest traded currency in history.
It’s a trend that continues to expand and the latest spike in Bitcoin is yet another indicator that the cryptocurrency’s value has gone through the roof.
Bitcoin is now the fifth most traded currency on CoinMarketCap, a website that tracks the prices of all cryptocurrencies, according to CoinMarketData.
The price of a Bitcoin on the site reached $6,800 in September, according.
The cryptocurrency has been on a meteoric rise over the last year, surpassing $1,000 in September and $1.06 in early December.
The spike in prices is likely a result of the recent rise in popularity of Bitcoin.
Bitcoin has gained attention since the start of the year when it was briefly considered the next big thing in finance.
The currency has been gaining popularity with investors around the world, with some suggesting that it could soon be the new standard of exchange for everything from bank transfers to international transactions.
The popularity of bitcoin has sparked speculation about what the currency’s value is going to be and many have been speculating that Bitcoin could hit $1 million by the end of this year.
The value of Bitcoin is based on a market cap of about $7.8 billion.
The current value of a bitcoin is roughly $1 billion, according, according CoinMarketMark.
This means that Bitcoin is currently worth $6.6 billion.
Bitcoin’s growth is not just the result of an increase in its value but also due to a surge in its adoption, according the experts at CoinMarketMarketCap.
The number of transactions per day has increased by a staggering 1,400 percent, with the number of bitcoins sold on the platform increasing by more than 7,000 percent.
The bitcoin price on CoinStamp, another popular exchange, has also increased by an astounding 3,200 percent.
Bitcoin was introduced in 2009 by an anonymous person using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.
It has since gone through a number of initial iterations and has since become one of the most valuable investments on the cryptocurrency market.
According to CoinMarkets analysis, bitcoin’s value reached $2.7 billion in September.
That number has continued to increase over the years, reaching $4.8 trillion in January 2019.
It currently has an exchange rate of $4,845 per bitcoin.
Bitcoin reached a high of $5,000 per bitcoin in October 2018.
Bitcoin continued to climb in October after the U.S. government imposed a 15 percent tax on the virtual currency, according Reuters.
Since then, bitcoin has experienced a meteorical rise.
It now stands at $11,719 per coin on CoinmarketCap, according for the month of October 2018, according data from CoinMarketSense.
It was just over $13,000 dollars per coin at the time of writing.
Bitcoin surpassed the $10,000 mark in early November.
At the time, bitcoin had a market capitalization of $13.2 billion, or about $9.4 billion at current prices.
That would make bitcoin the sixth most valuable cryptocurrency, according in CoinMarketCaps analysis.
The next most valuable currency on the market is the Japanese yen, with an exchange value of about 11.2 trillion yen, according of CoinMarket.
The United States dollar, the most traded cryptocurrency in 2018, is currently at $1 per coin.