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Bitcoin hit $19264 per BTC today

Bitcoin has reached a milestone of US$19264 per BTC in today's global exchange. The price of the future currency hits continued as one of the most phenomenal growth cycles in years and no assets have increased in value in this respect in decades.

Bitcoin hit US$19264 per BTC according to the Bitcoin Ticker graph in the most recent trade which today holds a market capitalization of US$300 billion and theoretically cryptocurrencies have the potential to dominate market cap equivalent to total GDP worldwide because it is decentralized and not under local central bank control.

Tinuku Bitcoin hit $19264 per BTC today

The top five trading bourses that trade the most bitcoin are Bitfinex, Bithumb, GDAX, Okex, and Bittrex. Bitcoin leads with 54 percent over the past 75 hours from all cryptocurrencies markets, while the Yen currency is still a market driver.

Yen dominates the exchange of more than 40 percent of the global market, while the US dollar has increased its share since the launch of CBOE by 33 percent. The other top five major currencies are the Korean won, the euro, and the Tether (USDT).

On December 10th, CBOE launched futures market where derivative traders estimate around US$18,650 for the first week of January 2018. CBOE futures have boosted optimism into bitcoin markets and a greater option for derivative exchange based on products where the CME Group may also drive prices.

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