Bitcoin surges to a new all-time high against the Euro


  • Bitcoin soared to a record 65,000 euros against the euro, surpassing 60,000 euros for the first time.
  • It’s not just the euro; Bitcoin also hit all-time highs against the Chinese yuan and other currencies.
  • While it’s yet to conquer major currencies like the U.S. dollar, Bitcoin’s global surge shows its growing acceptance.

Bitcoin has again made headlines as it surpasses a new milestone, reaching an all-time high against the euro. The cryptocurrency’s value surged past 60,000 euros for the first time in history, peaking at a remarkable 65,000 euros. This significant achievement underscores Bitcoin’s enduring appeal and resilience in the financial markets.

Breaking records: Bitcoin’s ascendancy against the Euro

In a remarkable turn of events, Bitcoin soared to new heights against the euro, breaching the 60,000 euro mark on March 4. TradingView data reveals that at 8:30 am UTC, Bitcoin touched an impressive 60,393 euros, marking a substantial 5% surge from its intraday low of 57,521 euros. 

Bitcoin is trading at 59,981 euros, reflecting a remarkable 56% year-to-date increase. This surge in value underscores Bitcoin’s growing prominence and its ability to outperform traditional fiat currencies.

Bitcoin’s ascent hasn’t been confined to the euro alone; it has been shattering records against various fiat currencies worldwide. Before its remarkable achievement against the euro, Bitcoin surpassed all-time highs against the Chinese yuan (CNY), reaching a peak of 467,506 CNY in late February. 

Bitcoin has set new records in over 30 countries, including China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Argentina. This global surge in Bitcoin’s value underscores its widespread acceptance and adoption across diverse economies.

Prospects: Bitcoin’s potential against remaining fiat currencies

While Bitcoin has made significant strides against numerous fiat currencies, it has yet to break new highs against a few key currencies, including the United States dollar, the British pound, the Swiss franc, the Brazilian real, and the Mexican peso. Despite this, industry experts remain optimistic about Bitcoin’s prospects. 

River Intelligence marketing head Sam Wouters identifies the Mexican peso as a particularly ambitious target for Bitcoin, with the cryptocurrency currently trading at 1.1 million pesos. This ongoing surge in Bitcoin’s value is attributed to the growing exposure it gained following the launch of spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in the U.S. on January 11, 2024. Since the launch, Bitcoin ETF issuers have acquired over 340,000 BTC, further fueling Bitcoin’s upward trajectory.

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