Bitcoin cryptocurrency rises more than 3% in 24 hours.


Bitcoin cryptocurrency rises more than 3% in 24 hours.

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Price in the last 24 hours Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) up 3.96% to $22,440.00. Thus, it continues its positive trend since last week when it registered a 13.00% advance from $19,832.81 to the current price.

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The chart below compares Bitcoin’s price movement and volatility over the past 24 hours (left) with price movements over the past week (right). The gray bands are Bollinger bands that measure the volatility of daily and weekly price movements. The wider the bands, or the larger the gray area at any given time, the greater the volatility.

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The coin’s trading volume increased by 82.00% over the past week, and the coin’s total circulating supply has increased by 0.05% to over 19.15 million, which is roughly 91.18% of its peak supply of 21.00 million. By market capitalization, BTC currently holds this position #1 in 429.45 billion.


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