Bitcoin (BTC) price is €15,872 ($16,839) as of 9:27 a.m. today, CoinMarketCap reports. That’s down 0.74% from yesterday’s €15,991 ($16,844) and up 1.95% from a month ago.
The 24-hour trading volume is approximately €15.9 billion ($16.8 billion) and the market capitalization is €305.4 billion ($324.0 billion).
Bitcoin’s 52-week high is €45,877 ($51,956), while the 52-week low is €16,872 ($15,599).
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Return of bitcoins
If you bought a single Bitcoin at the 52-week low of €15,235 ($15,599) and sold it at today’s price of €15,872 ($16,839), you would have gained 638 € ($1,240) for a positive return of 4.18% marked .
If you bought a single bitcoin at the 52-week high of €45,877 ($51,956) and sold it at today’s price, you would have lost 65.4%. That’s down from €30,004 ($35,117).
If you want to invest in Bitcoin, you need an account with a crypto exchange. Keep in mind that you may have to pay taxes on your winnings. Past performance is not an indicator of future results. Buying Bitcoin is speculative and you can lose your entire investment.
Bitcoin price over time
Bitcoin is down 0.74% in the past 24 hours. Overall, the price of BTC is below its 52-week high of €15,235 ($15,599) today.
Over the past seven days, bitcoin has reached a high of €21,904 ($17,013) and a low of €15,460 ($16,398).
The cryptocurrency has generally lost ground over the past three months. In the past 90 days, it has fallen to its current price of €15,872 ($16,839).
How many Bitcoins (BTC) are there?
There are currently 19,241,318 bitcoins in circulation. There is a maximum supply of 21 million.
Analysts assume that the last bitcoin will be mined around the year 2140. After that, no new bitcoins will come into circulation.
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