Bitcoin (BTC) has now moved past tech giant Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and Tesla’s market cap of $765 billion and $773.52 billion respectively as of Thursday closing. Thus, if Bitcoin is considered an organization, it has now eighth largest market cap in the world and is third-largest asset class after Gold and Silver.
It’s just another day in the life of Bitcoin (BTC) investors! Continuing its back-to-back rallies further, Bitcoin (BTC) has surged another 12% today crossing $41,000 levels in a bold move. At press time, BTC is trading at a price of $41,514 with a market cap of $776 billion.
As we can see, Bitcoin is now just ~$ 450 Million away from taking on giant Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL). The search engine giant Google is clearly one among the world’s most valued companies and surpassing it will be a big win for decentralization enthusiasts.
Over the last month, Bitcoin has flipped some of the biggest organizations in the world including PayPal and Berkshire Hathaway. Bitcoin has more than doubled in size over the last month.
On-Chain Metrics for Bitcoin (BTC) Still Bullish, Next Target Alphabet??
The latest price rally in Bitcoin comes on the backdrop of strong on-chain developments happening recently. As per Skew Analytics, the Bitcoin futures volume has hit $100 billion for the first-ever time in history on Thursday, November 7.
— skew (@skewdotcom) January 8, 2021
Also, the total Bitcoin options open interest has crossed an all-time high above $10 billion. Skew Analytics mentions that as per the BTC options prices, the cryptocurrency holds some potential to surge past $100K levels by September 2021.
— skew (@skewdotcom) January 7, 2021
On the other hand, the Bitcoin 200 weekly-moving-average (WMA) is increasing very fast at the rate of around 10%. Currently, the 200 WMA for BTC stands at $8500. At this rate, $100K levels don’t look so far enough!
— PlanB (@100trillionUSD) January 8, 2021