Bitcoin price: latest updates on BTC’s trend
Bitcoin price: latest updates on BTC’s trend

Bitcoin price: latest updates on BTC’s trend

By Stefania Stimolo - 12 Apr 2021

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With the current price of Bitcoin (BTC) above $60,000, the queen of cryptocurrencies continues to dominate the market with a total capitalization exceeding $1 trillion. But what are the latest updates on BTC’s trend?

On the social network Twitter, many users have expressed their enthusiasm by showing data and analysis on the continuing success of Bitcoin’s bull run. 

“Bitcoin has closed above $55k for 16 days in a row!”

This first tweet notes how bitcoin has been maintaining support on the $55k price in the last 16 days. Expanding the history to one month, bitcoin’s lowest price was at $50,000 on March 25th. 

Since then, the bullish trend has risen to the current $60k, sitting on a support that has not fallen below $55k. 

Moreover, another tweet shows the last substantial, whale-like bitcoin purchase yesterday:

“BREAKING: Someone bought $750 millions worth of #Bitcoin Yesterday’s night”.

Increased demand for bitcoin inevitably leads to price increases as well as a rise in the support price (currently still at $55k). This is why under the magnifying glass of all traders might be both its current price and its low. 

For example, over the past week, bitcoin’s low price has been $55,700, compared to $55,000 over the past 16 days. 

Lightning Network and the price of bitcoin

A further look from traders and all followers of the crypto queen is also directed at its layer 2.0: Lightning Network or LN.

In this regard, a few hours ago, the CTO of Bitfinex and Tether (USDT), Paolo Ardoino, tweeted as follows:

“Bitfinex earned ~120 USD (230k SATs) in the last 30 days via Lightning Network fees”.

Ardoino, then continued the conversation on social by stating that the purpose of LN is not to get rich but to lower the costs of bitcoin transaction fees, making it viable for the masses. 

Here specifically are his words:

“LN serves exactly its purpose: moving BTC fast and cheap. High fees = no good for masses”.

Stefania Stimolo

Graduated in Marketing and Communication, Stefania is an explorer of innovative opportunities. She started out as a Sales Assistant for e-commerce, and in 2016 she began to develop a passion for the digital world, initially in the Network Marketing sector, where she discovered and became passionate about the ideals behind Bitcoin and Blockchain technology, which lead her to work as a copywriter and translator for ICO projects and blogs, and organize introductory courses.

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