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Bitcoin hits $15,000 and is already trading at $19,000 in Korea

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If you bought 1 bitcoin yesterday, it would've cost you $12,000 and someone in your family probably would've called you a mad man. Just one day later, however, you'd be able to sell that bitcoin for $15,000. 


The market cap of the world's most popular cryptocurrency is currently at $252 billion, and the total market cap of all cryptocurrencies just crossed $400 billion. However, right now most Bitcoin competitors are in the red, possibly because everyone's selling them to buy more Bitcoin. 


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Interestingly, Bitcoin's popularity in Korea is even bigger than in the rest of the world; there, the price is already above $19,000 on local exchanges.  Read more...

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