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- HQ Trivia host and co-founder in Twitter feud amid shutdown Sunday 12:10 PM
- YouTuber shamed for fake call with Caroline Flack after her death Sunday 10:59 AM
- This MAGA-loving Keanu Reeves imposter isn’t fooling anyone Sunday 10:16 AM
- How to watch ‘Outlander’ season 5 online Sunday 8:00 AM
- Kobe Bryant’s complicated online legacy isn’t buried with him Sunday 6:00 AM
- TikTok teen’s reaction to discovering boyfriend’s cheating goes viral Saturday 4:46 PM
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- Bill Maher booed on own show over defense of Bloomberg Saturday 3:37 PM
- The Sun allegedly deletes negative Caroline Flack story after her death Saturday 2:48 PM
- How to watch ‘American Idol’ season 18 Saturday 2:00 PM
- James Blake defends girlfriend Jameela Jamil amid allegations she’s faking her illnesses Saturday 1:46 PM
- Viral video purports to show doctors with guns amid coronavirus outbreak Saturday 1:07 PM
After reaching a high of $9,384 on Sunday morning, it temporarily dropped to $9,249 before rebounding. The price as of this writing early Sunday afternoon is $9,444.
A month ago, the price for one Bitcoin was $5,890. Since then, the price simply continues to increase by massive percentages. If you look at the journey Bitcoin has taken in the past three months, the new price is startling. Take a look at this graph, via Coindesk.
Last month, cryptocurrency investor Mike Novogratz told CNBC, via Futurism, he wouldn’t be surprised to see Bitcoin reach $10,000 by April 2018. Perhaps, it’ll reach that mark this week.
“Yes, it’s a bubble, it’s going to be one of the great manias of all time,” Novogratz said at the time. “Bitcoin happens to be the bellwether of this entire decentralized revolution, so it’s the easiest way people get gain exposure to it.”
Josh Katzowitz is a staff writer at the Daily Dot specializing in YouTube and boxing. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. A longtime sports writer, he's covered the NFL for CBSSports.com and boxing for Forbes. His work has been noted twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series.