Ethereum is currently on bullish momentum. At 15:04 EST on Wed 16 Dec, Ethereum is at $622.68 and up by 6% in the last 12 hours.
Over the last six hours, Ethereum’s higher value was $627.78 and the lower value was $617.92.
Over the last twelve hours, Ethereum’s higher value was $627.78 and the lower value was $587.41.
In relation to Ethereum’s daily highs and lows, it’s 6.642% up from its trailing 24-hour low of $583.90 and 0.812% down from its trailing 24-hour high of $627.78.
In relation to the Ethereum’s yearly highs and lows, it’s 554.213% up from its 52-week low and 1.965% down from its 52-week high.
News about Bitcoin
What is Bitcoin worth? little consensus in fragmented market. According to The Wall Street Journal on Sun Dec 13, "Bitcoin enthusiasts agree the digital currency hit a record recently. ", "Bitcoin and hundreds of other cryptocurrencies trade on independent exchanges around the world. "
JPMorgan says massmutual’s Bitcoin foray signals widening demand. According to Bloomberg Quint on Mon Dec 14, "If pension funds and insurance companies in the U.S., euro area, U.K. and Japan allocate 1% of assets to Bitcoin, that would result in additional Bitcoin demand of $600 billion, the strategists said. ", "”MassMutual’s Bitcoin purchases represent another milestone in the Bitcoin adoption by institutional investors,” the strategists said. "
Fund managers see Bitcoin trade crowded as institutions jump in. According to Bloomberg Quint on Tue Dec 15, "About 15% of fund managers, with $534 billion under management, surveyed by Bank of America Corp. said Bitcoin is the third-most crowded trade behind being long technology shares and shorting the U.S. dollar. ", "Bitcoin Cash gained more than 9%, while the Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index advanced as much as 2%."
Bitcoin surpasses $20,000 for first time amid dizzying rally. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wed Dec 16, "Bitcoin surpassed $20,000 for the first time, another milestone in what’s been an eye-popping rally for the controversial digital asset this year.", "Bitcoin has almost tripled this year."
Canada’s CI financial completes $72 million IPO of Bitcoin fund. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wed Dec 16, "Bitcoin has gained popularity as a hedge against U.S. dollar weakness and as investors seek to bolster returns amid rock-bottom interest rates. ", ""Having a product that can be bought directly — it can be bought through their financial adviser on behalf of them — it just makes their life a lot simpler than having to address their desire for Bitcoin via different structures and wallets," MacAlpine said in an interview."
Bitcoin whale surfaces with $1 billion and alan howard’s backing. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wed Dec 16, "Ruffer on Tuesday disclosed a 2.5% position in Bitcoin in one of its funds, describing it as "a small but potent insurance policy against the continuing devaluation of the world’s major currencies."", "Mike Novogratz, the macro trader who started Galaxy Digital Holdings Ltd., has been saying "the cavalry is coming" for years, only to watch as Bitcoin slumped to a recent low of $3,157 in December 2018 before recovering."
Bitcoin tops $20,000 for first time. According to The Wall Street Journal on Wed Dec 16, "Bitcoin surged above $20,000 on Wednesday for the first time in its 11-year history, part of a furious rally that has seen the digital currency double since September."
Bitcoin price surges to fresh record above $20,000. According to MarketWatch on Wed Dec 16, "Bitcoin prices were trading at $20,339 according to CoinDesk data, up nearly 5% on the session, with gains for the digital asset supported by a flood of institutional investor attention on cryptos like bitcoin and other virtual currencies."
All aboard the billionaires’ Bitcoin bandwagon?. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wed Dec 16, "While Bitcoin is great as a billionaire’s speculative plaything, it’s hardly auseful digital currency or safe haven investment for the average punter. ", "Even as payments companies like PayPal Holdings Inc. or Square Inc. strive to bring Bitcoin trading to the masses, very few merchants directly touch the stuff. "