Bitcoin Breaches $30,000 For The First Time In Ten Months

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The price of bitcoin rose past $30,000 for the first time since June on Tuesday, as the cryptocurrency continues a rally that has seen its price nearly double since the start of the year.

Bitcoin breached the $30,000 mark for the first time since June 2022 on Tuesday.GETTY IMAGES


The price of the world’s most valuable cryptocurrency stood at $30,100 early on Tuesday morning, up more than 6.5% in the previous 24 hours.


The value of bitcoin has risen by more than 80% since the start of the year.

Ether, the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency, also saw its value climb on Tuesday as it moved past $1,900 for the first time since August.


The price of bitcoin nosedived sharply last year after the crypto industry became mired in multiple scandals, including the collapse of the Terra/Luna tokens, the bankruptcies of crypto lender Celsius, and crypto exchange FTX. The reason behind bitcoin’s current recovery is partially attributed to the expectation that upcoming inflation numbers could prompt a pause in the Federal Reserve’s ongoing rate hikes, according to CNBC. In addition to this, Bloomberg reports, the cryptocurrency’s current lower volume of trading of the cryptocurrency may also be magnifying the surge in prices.


$68,789.63. This was the price of bitcoin in November 2021, when its value was at an all-time high.


By Siladitya Ray, Forbes Staff