LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin soared to its highest in almost five months on Tuesday, pulling smaller cryptocurrencies up with it, after a major order by an anonymous buyer set off a frenzy of computer-driven
Bitcoin did not make a lower low price during the month of March. So far. As a matter of fact, the most famous cryptocurrency in the world has managed to stay above the late December, 2018 low for an quarter.
Bitcoin, trapped in a long-running and bitter bear market, has been searching for the next catalyst for a price break out after hitting all-time highs of almost $20,000 in December 2017. The bitcoin price