Bitcoin price has now only been higher one day in history


Bitcoin (BTC) is at present having its second-highest buying and selling day ever as BTC/USD is hitting a brand new multiyear excessive of $19,330. 

Information from Cointelegraph Markets and TradingView offers a trigger for celebration on Nov. 24 after Bitcoin all of a sudden tackled $19,000 resistance.

BTC worth sees second-best day ever

Towards a backdrop of fast features and the temptation of breaking all-time highs round $20,000, the achievement has not gone unnoticed on Bitcoin figures.

Ryan Selkis, founder of knowledge useful resource Messari, famous that on solely in the future in its existence has Bitcoin traded above even $19,000.

In contrast, the most important cryptocurrency has now spent 283 days above $10,000 — together with its longest-ever stint in 2020.

“Will we see $20K right this moment?” Selkis contemplated.

BTC/USD historic chart. Supply: TradingView

…And its best-ever month

In the meantime, Bitcoin has gained extra in U.S. greenback phrases than any month in its historical past, information reveals. In a tweet on Nov. 24, quantitative analyst PlanB highlighted that the previous three and a half weeks have been not like another interval in Bitcoin’s lifetime.

The biggest cryptocurrency continued to climb on Tuesday after retesting $18,000, including over $1,300 to its U.S. greenback worth in below 24 hours.

For PlanB, the efficiency indicated that Bitcoin was not solely beating information however would ship even greater features within the close to future. This was right down to its relative energy index (RSI), which had begun to enter the zone that indicators a protracted Bitcoin worth uptrend.

“Slowly however certainly that is starting to seem like (the beginning of) a bull market,” PlanB commented.

“Finest ever #bitcoin month in $ phrases (+$5400) and RSI crawling in direction of bull market ranges.”

As Cointelegraph reported, PlanB noted that RSI was strong at the beginning of November, not signaling that Bitcoin was overbought despite its price growth.