Price evolution with biggest ups, biggest lows of Bitcoin and monthly results in all history
Here, we have the evolution of the whole history of Bitcoin price, since when it started to have value in May 2010 with the famous ‘Pizza Day’, where we had the first commercial exchange in the history of digital currency, with 10 thousand bitcoins being spent to buy 2 large pizzas.
From there, see (below) how the asset evolved – with the closing of February / 2020:
This year alone, we already have an appreciation of more than + 20%, and last year the digital asset appreciated by almost 100%.
Just to give you an idea, a person who invested R $ 20 thousand at the beginning of 2015 and did the Hodltoday, she would have something around R $ 551,651.00 in Bitcoin.
Highest and highest lows – per day
We can also see the biggest ups and downs of Bitcoin in just 1 day, considering the opening and closing prices of each day (without maximums and minimums).
Highest casualties per day
We can see that the 6 biggest highs were in 2013 and 2017, 1 year after the 2012 and 2016 Halvings.
If the projection were a simple progression, we could assume big increases in 2021.
When we talk about the biggest casualties of bitcoin, we can see that the year 2019, where the asset appreciated by almost 100%, was out of the top 20 low; last year was very quiet for crypto in general.
It is also noticed that the worst days were in 2014 and 2018.
Highs and lows – per month
Looking at each month, we can see how the years 2013 and 2017 were, at least, interesting. As well as 2014 and 2018 in the opposite way.
Of the 10 biggest increases, we have the month of November 2013 at the front with almost 200% of evolution.
Also notice that out of the top 10, we have 5 months in 2017. Post-halving effect?
In the biggest casualties, we have the 2 worst months in 2018, the famous crypto winter (Looks like it was yesterday).
If you go back to the first image of this article, you will notice that the only years that Bitcoin closed in the negative were exactly in 2014 and 2018, as well as the big highs were in 2013 and 2017.
Other points to note in all these charts:
It seems that November and December are where things happen. . .
If history repeats itself, this (2020) will be a good year and 2021 will be a year of great increases, followed by a major correction in 2022. Is it?
What do you think? Bitcoin ‘to the moon’ in 2020/2021? Put it down here in the comments.