The price of Bitcoin exceeded USD 28,000 during this Christmas weekend. While Ethereum also experienced a big rise.
After topping USD 27,000 for the first time just hours before, Bitcoin’s price briefly rose beyond USD 28,000 on Sunday morning as the recent meteoric rise of the leading cryptomon currency continues. In short, the price of Bitcoin Supersplit surpassed $28,000 over the Christmas weekend.
Recently, BTC has been leaving a number of records in its wake. After passing the psychologically key mark of USD 20,000 for the first time on December 16th.
In recent days, BTC seems to have found another team, breaking USD 25,000 on Friday night for the first time, and USD 26,000 on Saturday afternoon.
Approximately half a day later, BTC surpassed USD 27,000 early Sunday morning. Then, Bitcoin topped $28,000 just before dawn.
So far this year, BTC is up over 275%. The currency is currently trading at USD 27,113.
Ethereum is trading above USD 700 for the first time since 2018.
The price of Ethereum skyrocketed on Sunday, trading above $700 for the first time since May 21, 2018.
The second highest crypt currency by market capitalization, it has seen a huge increase in recent hours. Just after the price of Bitcoin surpassed USD 28,000.
Currently, the crypt currency has a value of USD 741, registering a growing variation of 6% in the last 24 hours. This is detailed in our internal online crypto tool.
Mark Cuban praised Bitcoin’s monetary policy (BTC)
During a Christmas upswing that has raised Bitcoin’s all-time high, a couple of recent tweets indicate that a former digital currency critic continues to make strides toward a full-blown hodler conversion: billionaire investor and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.
The tweet came on December 23, when Cuban announced that fans who buy Mavericks equipment will receive a 25% discount when they use Bitcoin to make their purchase.
However, oddly enough, the report Cuban linked to said that those who buy equipment worth more than $150 using Bitcoin will receive a $25 gift card, and it didn’t mention a 25% discount: