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Bitcoin [BTC] Breaks Its All-Time High of $61,683



Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple Price Prediction, Technical Analysis – November 1st

Bitcoin [BTC] today is on a bull run as it breaks its ATH of $61,683 USD. Today the BTC price once again jumps above the $60,000 mark and finally, it breaks its ATH.

The previous all-time high of $61,683 was achieved on Mar 13, 2021 (a month ago) as per the data from CoinMarketCap. The 24h low and high of BTC are $59,589 and $62,839 respectively. The 24h price change of BTC is $1,619 USD.

As Bitcoin breaks its ATH, the market capitalization has now reaches to $1,169,078,288,309 while the 24h traded volume is $59,527,328,706 USD.

Currently, the dominance of Bitcoin in the whole cryptocurrency market is 54.9% while that of Ethereum is 11.9%. Also in terms of Ethereum, at press time 1 BTC is equal to 28.24 ETH.

The BTC price was struggling hard to break the $60k mark after its ATH on Mar 13, 2021. Many times it bounces back from the $59k mark. On Mar 18, 2021, BTC was trading at $59,440 which was dropped to $51454 on Mar 25th 2021.

Again the price jumps to $59,900 on Apr 2nd, 2021 and the dropped to $56,648 on Apr 7th, 2021. After that, it starts increasing and today it hits its previous ATH of $61,683 and made a new ATH of $62,839 USD.

The whole cryptocurrency market is also above the $2 trillion marks. At press time the market cap of whole cryptocurrency market is  $2,134,867,876,505 USD.

Not only Bitcoin but Ethereum today also made breaks its previous ATH. The new ATH of Ethereum is now $2,212 USD. Both Bitcoin and Ethereum made a new ATH today.

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Ashish is a cryptocurrency journalist who has been passionately involved in the bitcoin space since 2016. His interests lie in bitcoin security, open-source systems, network effects and the intersection between economics and cryptography.