After attacking the resistance levels of USD 8,000 for the third day in a row yesterday, Bitcoin bulls finally found some joy with a sustained push above that price level to trade now at USD 8,110 (8:10 am UTC, CoinDesk). Almost as soon as Central European markets closed yesterday, Bitcoin price spiked from USD 8,013 to its 24-hour high of USD 8,249 in just under an hour as North American markets showed their voracious appetites.
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It is now 17 hours since Bitcoin last traded under USD 8,000, and if this can hold and survive the European markets today, it will be a full day above resistance, which will be a strong signal that a fresh rally not seen since May is underway. Total market capitalization has also now reached USD 261 billion (CoinMarketCap) as the rest of crypto is seemingly buoyed by Bitcoin’s strength.