Last Updated on February 1, 2021 by Ope Quadri
It’s a beautiful day among cryptocurrency enthusiasts as bitcoin for the time in three years broke the $19,000 resistance, which shows second-highest daily price ever.
In Nigeria, as BTC is trading $19,300/1BTC at the time of this report, that translates to N9,504,496 right now, an exchange rate of BTC to Naira on Nigeria’s major trading platform says.
Sure, Nigerian crypto traders are excited about the new price.
Earlier in the day, it reached $19,400 before sliding to $19,300, meaning bitcoin made its biggest gain in November since the new surge.
It made %5.14 gain in the last 24 hours while Ethereum, XRP, BitcoinCash and other Altcoins continue to make significant gains, according to data monitored on coinmarketcap on Tuesday, November 24, 2020
From the gain, the most valuable digital asset has now spent 283 days above $10,000 — including its longest-ever stint in 2020.
“Slowly but surely this is beginning to look like (the start of) a bull market,” PlanB commented.
“Best ever #bitcoin month in $ terms (+$5400) and RSI crawling towards bull market levels,” founder of data resource Messari Ryan Selkis was quoted as saying.
He said the impressive performance showed that Bitcoin was not only beating records but would deliver even bigger gains in the near future.
XRP gained more than four major crypto in last 24 hours
At this time, Ripple’s XRP has gained more in the last 24 hours than bitcoin, BitcoinCash, Ethereum, and Litecoin combined, gaining 24%.
Eth 2.21%, Litecoin 3.21%, BitcoinCash 9.83%