Bitcoin breaks above $50,000 for first time ever By ReutersFebruary 16, 2021
LONDON (Reuters) – rose above $50,000 on Tuesday to a new record high, building on rally fuelled by signs that the world’s biggest cryptocurrency is gaining acceptance amongst mainstream investors.
Bitcoin hit a new high of $50,000, and was last up 3.9% at $49,891. It has risen around 72% so far this year.
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