(Reuters) – rose 1.32% to a record $60,555.97 on Saturday, breaking above $60,000 for a second time in 10 days.
The world’s biggest and best-known cryptocurrency is up 118.3% from the year’s low of $27,734 on Jan. 4.
On April 1, bitcoin crossed the $60,000 mark for the first time since March 18 on Bitstamp.
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