After the bitcoin hit $ 62,000 yesterday, the currency fell during trading on Sunday, but remained consolidated above $ 60,000, supported by positive news in America which have spurred expectations that the currency will reach its highest levels at $ 65,000.
The world’s most popular cryptocurrency dropped 0.8% today to $ 61,000, while it dropped below this level in the trading morning today.
Strong support for cryptocurrency came against the backdrop of growing hopes that US regulators would agree to launch wealth manager Proshares, a fund of trading from bitcoin futures, by next Monday.
More funds are expected to launch in the next two weeks as the Securities and Exchange Commission considers further proposals made in August by asset managers Valkyrie Investments, Invesco and VanEck to sell Bitcoin ETFs to investors.
The currency has more than halved since September 20 and is close to hers record of approximately $ 65,000 reached last April.
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