Bitcoin Watch – Fluctuations in Bitcoin represent less than two percent of value

28 October, 2018

Bitcoin's value has been surprisingly stable over the last few months, especially since its drop on 06-Sep-2018. The price of Bitcoin has been contained within the USD6,200 and the USD6,600 marks, representing one of the most extended periods of non-volatility in the history of the cryptocurrency. In the last week, fluctuations in Bitcoin have only represented less than two percent of the value or USD80. Analysts believe this flattening signifies a bottom value, with expectations of an increase set to occur before the year's end.

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