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This sharp rise in the price of Bitcoin suggests the digital currency has recovered from the 2013 bubble and is poised for bigger gains in 2016.
Since hitting a 2015 low of $173.06 on Jan. 14, the Bitcoin price spent much of the year stabilizing between $200 and $300.
The Bitcoin price chart saw its first significant spike in more than a year in August, when it briefly broke past $300.
The current run started at the end of September – primarily driven by rising demand in China.
Why the Bitcoin Price Chart Is Pointing Up Today
The initial spike in the Bitcoin price occurred in early November. Volume on the Chinese exchange BTC China tripled