The price of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency rose during trading on Tuesday, leaving the trading range for almost a month.
The price of the largest digital currency rose today by 9.1% to $23,439 per one, the highest level since mid-June, that is, before the collapse of the cryptocurrency lending company Celsius Network.
The price of the smaller digital currency Ethereum also surged about 11% in a single trading moment, while Solana’s stock surged more than 10% before pulling back in trading.
And the Bloomberg news agency pointed out that Bitcoin fluctuated between $19,000 and $22,000 per unit for a month, in light of investors’ efforts to heal their wounds and make up for their losses from monetary tightening before the crisis of corporate collapse. “Celsius” and “Terra” came in May last year.
Bitcoin hit an all-time high last November, around $62,000 per unit.
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