Bitcoin peaked at $ 9,000

The digital currency’s price surpassed a record $ 9,400 yesterday thanks to high investor interest during Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Currently, each Bitcoin is trading around more than 9,600 USD. According to CoinMarketCap, another virtual currency, ethereum, also set a record high of $ 485.19.

Each Bitcoin currently costs more than $ 9,600.

Coinbase – America’s largest Bitcoin exchange, added 100,000 accounts between Wednesday and Friday. Thanks to Thanksgiving, the total number of accounts on Coinbase has reached 13.1 million.

Bitcoin has increased in price nine times this year due to growing interest from investors. CME – the world’s largest derivative exchange is planning to list Bitcoin derivatives during the second week of December. The launch of a derivative product for digital currencies will be an important step in recognition. Bitcoin as a legal asset.

According to CryptoCompare, USD accounts for 24% of all Bitcoin transactions. Meanwhile, the yen took the largest share with 59% and the Korean won ranked third with 10%. Bitcoin cash is currently priced around $ 1,600, according to CoinMarketCap.

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