Bitcoin surpassed $60,000 for the first time on Saturday (13), noted by several analysts. US's Latest Huge Value Assistance Package Contribute to breakingthe record for the most popular virtual currency in the world this time.
Bitcoin is valued at $60,197, about 07.34 GMT, and is flat at around $60,000, according to the website. CoinMarketCap
Bitcoin has tripled in value over the past three months. In December, it was valued at $20,000 thanks to growing support from the giant.
Markets.com analyst Neil Wilson said a few days ago, “Bitcoin value increases as investors focus on the giveaway.”
US citizen Earnings under $75,000 will receive a $1,400 check starting this weekend. After President Joe Biden signed a $1.9 trillion aid plan into law this week,
Bitcoin has seen a huge increase since last March. When it's still only $5,000, one reason is online payment service PayPal says it will allow account holders to use cryptocurrencies.
Last month, electric car maker Elon Musk invested $1.5 billion in this virtual currency. Meanwhile, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and famous rapper Jay Zee said they are setting up a fund with the goal of making Bitcoin a "dead" "internet currency."
Other companies joining the train include BNY Mellon, Wall Street asset business, fund giant BlackRock and credit card company Mastercard.