Bitcoin tries to grow above $8000

14 May, 2019

The price of Bitcoin continues its two-digit daily growth, already exceeding $8000. The benchmark cryptocurrency touched this level yesterday, but then faced some wave of profit-taking retreating to $7700, where it found a new wave of demand. As a result, by Tuesday morning the coin again exceeds $8000, attracting the attention of the public back to life remember of the growth of prices.

Since May 10, the bitcoin exchange rate has grown by 31% from $6,100 to $8,000. FOMO embraced the crypto community, and the impetus fueled by the news about the partnership of the Gemini project of the Winklevoss twins and payment startup Flexa, which allows paying in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for purchases at Whole Foods, which is owned by Amazon.


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