The price of Bitcoin (BTC) rushed to $ 64,000 in a recent return on October 25, as the market left behind a weak weekend.
Bitcoin earns about 7% daily
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView confirmed solid 6.5% gains for BTC / USD in the past 24 hours until 4pm UTC Monday.
The pair eliminated their previous losses, these coming as part of a drop in new all-time highs seen on October 25th.
As usual this month, Bitcoin began to rise to the start of trading on U.S. stock markets, with $ 64,000 being the next level to pick up at the time of writing.
With $ 60,000 apparently kept as support, the mood among analysts remained more than optimistic.
– Rekt Capital (@rektcapital) October 25, 2021
For Cointelegraph contributor Michaël van de Poppe, any levels above $ 57,000 remained acceptable for BTC / USD.
“… I think we’ll just have a consolidation period or continue the momentum with a bit of sideways action before we split to $ 91,000,” he summed up in his latest. YouTube update.
Tesla beats Facebook to outperform 5 US stocks
Bitcoin was not the lone winner for the day. Tesla ($ TSLA) has also seen impressive performance as shares have reached a new all-time high and are now targeting $ 1,000.
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk also saw his personal wealth hit a staggering $ 250 billion while he reconfirmed his BTC holdings.
Tesla meanwhile surpassed Facebook to become the fifth largest U.S. stock.