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Bitcoin Volatility

As we enter the 12 year of the Bitcoin white paper’s release to the general public, it is good to recognize the ups and downs of its journey over the past decade. Even experiencing a difficult journey, it still stays in the market as an impressive asset. Today you can count over thousand Cryptocurrencies.

2008

Aug 18th - Bitcoin.org domain registered by an anonymous person

Oct 31st - Bitcoin Whitepaper published on a cryptography mailing list

2009

Jan 3rd - The Genesis Block is released by Satoshi Nakamoto

Jan 12th - First BTC transaction between Nakamoto and Hal Finney

Oct 5th - First BTC exchange rate against the dollar: $1= 2,300 BTC

2010

The US, government sued Standard Oil

Company under the Sherman Antitrust Act; in

1911, it was ordered to separate itself of its major holdings into 33 smaller companies.

2011

Jan 28th - 25% of all Bitcoins coins are already mined Feb 9

- Bitcoin reaches parity with USD: 1 BTC = $1 Jun 8 - Bitooin skyrockets to

$31.91 Jun 12 - A big dip as BTC falls to $10.25,known as The Great Bubble

2012

Nov 28th - The first halvening occurs as
Bitcoin rewards for mining go from 50 to 25 BTC per block

2013

Apr 9th - Bitcoin goes above $200 for the first time

Oct 2nd - Silk Road shutdown;Bitcoin price drops

2014

Feb 7- Mt. Goxe with rumors circulating that it has been compromised, suspends trading

Apr 16 - Mt. GOX liquidation begins

Dec 11 - Microsoft begins accepting Bitcoin payments

2015

Oct 31st - Bitcoin appears on the front page of The Economist

2016

Jul 9th - The second halvening: Mining rewards are now 12.5 BTC

2017

Jan 2 - Bitcoin crosses $1,000
Mar 10 - Winklevoss Twins have their ETF application for BTC turned down by SEC
Jun 11 - BTC crosses $3,000
Aug 1 - Bitcoin Cash splits from the BTC chain
Aug 23 - SegWit soft fork activates Sep 2 - BTC hits $5000
Nov 29 - BTC crosses $10,000 then hours later $11,000
Dec 17 - Bitcoin reaches $20,000 Christmas volatility
Dec 31 - Bitcoin ends the year near $13,000

2018

Feb 6th - RTC drops in value to $6,200 — a low not seen in over 4 months
Feb 6th - US SEC and CFTC deliver influential hearing — providing positive outlook for Bitcoin and ICO regulation
Jun 24th - Bitcoin hits lowest point in 2018, at $5,893
Aug 2nd - The SEC rejects nine Bitcoin ETF proposals mainly due to concerns of "inadequate resistance to price manipulation".
Oct 17th - Bitcoin market volatility hits 17 month record low, with its highest level of stability in over 12 months.

2019

Jul 10th - The price hit $12,953

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