For the first time in a week, Bitcoin was able to break the $200,000 bar, with the sudden activity of Asian markets, which led to the growth of cryptating assets and other risky assets.
Bitcoin, the most expensive cryptivate, has cost almost 8% in the last 24 hours and has reached the level of $20216, in CoinDesk, and is also confident of the second largest digital asset, Ethereum, which added 7.98% to the value of $1,390.
During the last week, bitcoin fluctuated slightly around $19,000, repeating in general terms the dynamics of macroeconomic indicators similar to Ethereum. Among others, Terra and S&P 500 rose the most, and Nasdaq lost 0.6%.
Last week, Bitcoin lost 5% and fell below $18,500, reflecting investors' fears of raising a key stake in the US.