The course of the Bitcoin continues to be relatively stable for a long time, which is not the case for a cryptivate whose volatility has never been low. This week, the price of the world's most popular cryptivate continues to be around $19,000 per unit.
Despite the fact that at the current level the Bitcoin rate is long enough, more than 70% has been lost about a year ago, and analysts expected that the cost of Bitcoin would continue to decline to $17,000 a coin and would not even rule out the option of falling to $10,000.
So far, however, this has not happened, thanks to the emergence of new signs of institutional recognition of the crypts. Earlier this week, Google announced cooperation with the Coinbase cryptoval exchange, where IT-giant will allow its clients to use digital assets to pay for cloud services. In addition, the BNY Mellon holding company announced its intention to add crypts to its available assets, although the volume of investment was not reported.
," says the analyst Oppenheimer Owen Lau.