Bitcoin has shot to a record just as billions of institutional dollars have fled gold.
The virtual currency is scarce, sovereign and a great place for the mega-rich to store their wealth.
Investing in cryptocurrencies is like playing roulette, some experts say, because no-one really understands what's happening.
It's a wager that has drawn eye-rolls from skeptics who believe the volatile cryptocurrency is a speculative asset rather than a store of value like gold.
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Cryptocurrency-focused hedge funds have grown assets under management and registered hefty gains this year thanks to bitcoin's recent surge to over $18,000, close ...
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Bitcoin broke $18,000 (£13,549) on Wednesday to hit its highest since Dec. 2017, having soared about 160% this year.
Bitcoin has climbed roughly 150% this year and rallied about 360% from its March lows.
Once again, cryptocurrencies have vaulted into the limelight. Prices are surging and interest is spiking, with everyone from PayPal to Fidelity to JPMorgan is ...