Bitcoin could break $6,000 today! Adds $200 in 2 hours

07 May, 2019
by Joeri Cant
Bitcoin could break $6,000 today! Adds $200 in 2 hours

The world's number one cryptocurrency is on its way to break the $6,000 price mark, after a solid day for the markets, with Ethereum taking the lead.

After what was a solid day for most major coins in the market, Bitcoin is now seemingly on its way to break $6,000.

The world's most popular cryptocurrency is currently trading at around $5,940, showing an impressive gain of 4.28% on the day.

BTC added $200 in less than two hours, which has the crypto community all excited about the possibility for Bitcoin to surge over $6,000 today.

One Twitter user points out that now all exchanges are about to hit the $6,000 mark, not Just BitFinex, where Bitcoin is still trading at a $350 premium.

Another crypto enthusiast, as well convinced that BTC will break the significant $6,000 mark soon, states that Bitcoin will be trading with 100% gains at that point.

Other are already dreaming about the next target: $8,500.

The excitement is palpable.

The crypto analyst and trader, Joseph Young, joins in on the excitement and points out that BTC is nearing the $6,000 price mark.

We have as well a crypto enthusiast who points out that it can still go both ways for BTC. Or a stairway to the moon or a cliff with an edge ... which one will it be? We will find out soon enough.

The price of Bitcoin seems to be on the brink of breaking $6,000 for the first time since November 14th, 2018. Do you think we will see Bitcoin break the $6,000 price mark today? Let us know in the comments and poll.

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