Bitcoin Cash: Biggest Bitcoin Cash price gain ever
Bitcoin Cash, a cryptocurrency that started out as a hard fork of Bitcoin in 2017, is on the rise as its value has increased by around 80% in just the past 24 hours.
Bitcoin Cash rose more than 2,000% to more than $8,000 in early afternoon trading, according to CoinDesk’s Bitcoin Price Index (BPI).
Bitcoin Cash has risen more than 4,600% since its launch in late September.
Bitcoin was one of the first cryptocurrencies to hit $80000.
At the time, the cryptocurrency was trading for around $900, which is not enough to compete with other altcoins, but its value is rising fast.
The cryptocurrency is still relatively new to the market and has not had much traction since it launched.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is trading at around $8000, a level that is only surpassed by the Ethereum price.
The Bitcoin Cash rally has been driven by a recent surge in its value and is the second time this month that it has surpassed the $8k mark.
Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that uses computer code to operate.
The value of Bitcoin Cash is also up over 4,000%, according to the BPI, which shows that the cryptocurrency has seen a big spike in value over the past few days.
Bitcoin (BTC) is the third largest cryptocurrency after Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Bitcoin’s price rally has not only boosted the cryptocurrency’s value but also helped push other cryptocurrencies to record highs as well.
Bitcoin has seen the largest surge in value in the past year, and is now trading at over $100,000, according, a Bitcoin Cash chart from CoinMarketCap.
Bitcoin and other altcoin prices have been soaring this month, with the total value of cryptocurrencies currently hovering around $20 trillion, according the BRI’s Digital Currency Market Tracker.
The BPI charts shows that Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum are now trading around the same value as the year prior.
Bitcoin is currently trading around $7,500 and Ethereum is at $5,900.
Bitcoin will likely continue to rise for a long time, but it is unlikely that it will surpass the $10,000 mark before the end of the year.