<p>Bitcoin Goes Mainstream</p>

Bitcoin Goes Mainstream

Bitcoin price: Cryptocurrency reaches all-time high value

Andrew Griffin
Wednesday 20 October 2021 17:11
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Bitcoin has reached its all-time high price.

The cryptocurrency is now worth upwards of $66,000, more than ever before.

It breaks through the records set in March and April of this year.

The record comes after a very positive October for bitcoin. It began the month around $43,000, and has gained almost half its price over again since.

That is amid the launch of a new exchange-traded fund that analysts had said could “supercharge” the price of the cryptocurrency.

Follow the latest on bitcoin’s surging price at our cryptocurrency live blog.

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