Bitcoin đạt mức cao kỷ lục, sự trở lại đáng kinh ngạc

giá Bitcoin tăng trên 69.000 USD, phá vỡ kỷ lục đồng tiền kỹ thuật số thiết lập vào tháng 11 năm 2021 khi ngành công nghiệp tiền điện tử bùng nổ

Bitcoin hit a record high of more than $69,000 on Tuesday, capping a remarkable comeback for the volatile cryptocurrency after its value plunged in 2022 amid a market meltdown.

Bitcoin’s price has risen more than 300 percent since November 2022, a resurgence that few predicted when the price dropped below $20,000 that year. Its previous record was just under $68,790 in November 2021, as crypto markets boomed (thị trường tiền điện tử bùng nổ) and amateur investors poured savings into experimental (thử nghiệm) digital coins.

Bitcoin’s recent surge has been driven by investor enthusiasm for a new financial product tied to the digital coin. In January, U.S. regulators authorized a group of crypto companies and traditional finance firms to offer exchange-traded funds (quỹ giao dịch trao đổi), or E.T.F.s, which track Bitcoin’s price. The funds provide a simple way for people to invest in the crypto markets without directly owning the virtual currency.

And despite the euphoria, the crypto industry is still navigating the legal aftermath of the 2022 crash. Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced founder of the collapsed FTX crypto exchange, is set to be sentenced to prison at the end of this month. The Securities and Exchange Commission has sued several prominent crypto firms, including the U.S. exchange Coinbase, arguing that the companies offer unregistered securities (chứng khoán chưa đăng ký).

For years, crypto advocates (người ủng hộ tiền điện tử) predicted that the approval of Bitcoin E.T.F.s would bring billions of dollars in new investment to the industry, though some analysts expressed skepticism about those projections.

Early data suggests the impact has been significant. Over recent months, the approval of the investment vehicles has combined with other factors to send Bitcoin’s price up.

The prospect of scarcer Bitcoin supply has helped drive up its price this year, some analysts have argued. And with the halving expected to take place in the spring, Bitcoin advocates are predicting that prices will continue to surge.

source: nytimes,

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