Litecoin is currently on bullish momentum. At 11:03 EST on Fri 25 Dec, Litecoin is at $119.07 and up by 8.87% in the last 12 hours.
Over the last six hours, Litecoin’s higher value was $122.08 and the lower value was $116.46.
Over the last twelve hours, Litecoin’s higher value was $122.08 and the lower value was $109.14.
Regarding Litecoin’s daily highs and lows, it’s 11.95% up from its trailing 24-hour low of $106.36 and 2.466% down from its trailing 24-hour high of $122.08.
In relation to Litecoin’s yearly highs and lows, it’s 365.663% up from its 52-week low and 3.79% down from its 52-week high.
News about Bitcoin
michael saylor, the CEO who turned a software company into a Bitcoin company. According to Bloomberg Quint on Thu Dec 24, “This past summer, the business intelligence software company MicroStrategy made waves when it put some of its extra cash into Bitcoin. “, “Then, as Bitcoin ran up, it bought more, and the stock has now soared thanks to the bet. “
Bitcoin rally has already outlasted 2017 run. According to The Wall Street Journal on Thu Dec 24, “Bitcoin bulls say the money fueling this year’s rally is coming from more reliable sources than past rallies. “
Bitcoin crushes doubters as 224% rally proves it’s here to stay. According to Bloomberg Quint on Thu Dec 24, “Talking Gold and Bitcoin with Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano”, “Since Bitcoin’s market capitalization reached $1 billion in March 2013, there have been two cycles of spikes to record highs, followed by drawdowns of more than 80%. “
Luxxfolio to acquire 590 Bitcoin miners. According to Business Insider on Thu Dec 24,
Bitcoin surges to fresh record high and looks set to break the $25,000 level: ‘merry bitmas’. According to Business Insider on Fri Dec 25, “Bitcoin is soaring once again, hitting a new record price of $24,661 on Friday, with investors declaring “Happy Bitmas,” on social media.”, “Bitcoin’s market cap could reach $1 trillion sometime in 2021, according to Garrick Hileman, head of research at Blockchain.com, if investors take its reserve currency status more seriously.”