Bitcoin breaks its All-Time High price

On Monday, November 30, 2020, Bitcoin (BTC) reached its highest historical level (ATH) in terms of its price. According to Coingecko.com, BTC reached $19,686 today, surpassing its previous ATH of

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Bitcoin’s wealth inequality in numbers

The value of Bitcoin does not prevent the acquisition of cryptocurrency. The value remains very concentrated, however. Thus, wallets hosting at least 1 BTC represent 95% of the total capitalization

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Miners recovering pre-halving levels of profit

The activity on the Bitcoin blockchain and the rise in the price of cryptocurrencies are a source of delight for the mining industry. In October, the industry generated $353 million in revenue. And

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Bitcoin sees major $3000 regression

In just 24 hours, the value of Bitcoin lost more than $3,000, recording its most significant loss since last March. On the way to its all-time high, Bitcoin is suffering from profit-taking. This is a

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