Bitcoin above $650 again after Brexit

The value of the Bitcoin has risen sharply as a reaction on Brexit, the “British exit” of the European Union. The course of one bitcoin is at this moment $678 and change.

 

 

The British Pound received a huge hit after the Brexit, reaching its biggest nadir in thirtyone years. Investors stepped aside to other valuta: the Swiss Frank and the Japanese Yen both shot to record highs. Along with these currencies, the Bitcoin profits from the financial shockwaves as well.

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