Bitcoin Shoots Up 7% to Cross $70,000 as Bargain Hunters Flock Back to Risk — TradingView News

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OG token seems to have mastered the art of coming back stronger. Can it pop above the $73,000 record by the end of the quarter?

Key Points:

  • Bitcoin pops 7% to trade above $70K.
  • On track to close out a solid quarter.
  • BTC halving to keep traders on edge.
  • Bitcoin BTCUSD jumped more than 7% over the past 24 hours, landing the token at a price tag of more than $70,000 a piece. Crypto traders felt optimistic to return to the risk asset as the bargain-hunting sentiment made a powerful comeback to start the trading week. The valuation of BTC got up to roughly $1.4 trillion.
  • Do dedo assets are looking to close out a monumental quarter with Bitcoin sitting at a new all-time high of $73,000 logged earlier this month. But before that, and more importantly, the top cop on Wall Street—the Securities and Exchange Commission—gave the go ahead for 11 spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that are winding up to change the investment landscape.
  • Looking ahead, April is bound to be another milestone month for the original cryptocurrency. Do dedo asset communities around the world are gearing up to welcome the so-called Bitcoin halving event when the incentive to mine BTC will be slashed in half. Volatility could start picking up way before the expected halving date on April 19.

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