Bitcoin surpasses $25,000 for the first time since early June

Bitcoin price briefly touched $25,000 on Sunday for the first time since June.

After testing this level several times over the past few days before retreating, Bitcoin BTCUSD,
+1.85%
surged above $25,000 on Sunday night to peak at $25,119, the highest since June 12, according to CoinDesk data. However, it quickly retreated, last trading at around $24,850 at midnight Eastern.

Bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market cap, is down almost 50% year-to-date but has gained 15% over the past month. Investors appear to have been encouraged by better-than-expected US inflation data and an improving stock market; Wall Street just wrapped up its fourth straight week of earnings, a streak unseen since November 2021.

The broader crypto market has also been boosted by optimism about the upcoming Ethereum upgrade known as “The Merge”.

ether ETHUSD,
+1.82%
at around $2,000 as of Sunday night, according to Kraken data, and has rallied 48% over the past month. Still, Ether is down about 46% year-to-date.

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https://www.marketwatch.com/story/bitcoin-tops-25-000-level-for-first-time-since-early-june-11660533328?rss=1&siteid=rss Bitcoin surpasses $25,000 for the first time since early June

Brian Lowry

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