The main digital currency peaked in mid-April 2021. Then one coin was valued at more than $ 63,000. Due to the actions of the Chinese government aimed at eradicating mining in the Middle Kingdom, the price of Bitcoin has almost halved. In the worst periods, it broke through the $ 28,000 mark, but on average stood at $ 33,000.
Since mid-July, Bitcoin began to rise in price. Over the past ten days of the month, the rate has risen by more than $ 10,000. Now the digital currency costs $ 43,800. In just one day, its price has grown by 7.5%, and since July 20 – almost one and a half times (+ 47%). The last time this was on May 18, when the cost was almost $ 43,830.