Thursday, 12 April 2018 Bitcoin is currently trading for just over $6,900. After a 24-hour period of hovering at $6,800, the price has seemingly increased by roughly $100. Last week, the price of bitcoin seemed to fall by $100 a day. This week, the opposite is true. We first saw bitcoin standing at the $6,700 mark on Monday following a weekend high of $7,000. It has since risen to $6,800 on Tuesday, and now $6,900 on Wednesday. Given its present route, one can’t help but hope the price will once again reach $7,000 tomorrow and show enthusiasts that the weekend rally, though small, wasn’t
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