BTC Tests $5,000 Amid 2019’s First Major Crypto Market Recovery

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Wednesday, April 3 — Bitcoin (BTC) has tested the $5,000 mark for the first time since November 2018, as crypto markets are on the rise for the third day in a row. While some major cryptocurrencies are seeing a mild surge in price, others boast double-digit gains.Market visualization from Coin360BTC, which skyrocketed yesterday and gained over 14 percent in price over 24 hours, spent a few hours above the $5,000 mark earlier today. The world’s top coin peaked at $5,043 at some point, according to CoinMarketCap stats, before going back to $4,900. As of press time, BTC is trading sideways, hovering around $5,007.Bitcoin’s market cap has gained over $1 billion compared to yesterday’s charts, when BTC was mostly trading around $4,700. Reaching around $88 billion during the night peak, BTC market cap currently totals around $87.4 billion.Bitcoin 24-hour price chart. Source: CoinMarketCapEthereum (ETH), currently the world’s second-top cryptocurrency by market…

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