Bitcoin users are gunning for the exclusive ’21 million club’ — but membership is getting pricey
Bitcoin owners have set a benchmark for the “21 million club.”
To gain entry, you must own a full bitcoin, currently valued at nearly $13,000.
The 21 million figure refers to how many bitcoin will ever be in circulation.
Many people who missed buying out when bitcoin was cheaper now fear they’ll never become a member.
Bitcoin is having quite the year. Since it first hit $1,000 on January 2, the value of one bitcoin has risen to nearly $13,000 as of December 6.
The rising prices (and surrounding cryptocurrency rush) have enticed throngs of people to nab their first coins, coin, or fractions …read more
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