The ripple effect is coming to bitcoin.
The virtual currency has been around since 2009, and has enjoyed a meteoric rise from just a few hundred dollars to almost $10,000 in a matter of days.
It has seen an unprecedented rise in value since its inception, as its value has more than doubled over the past year.
And it is not going to slow down anytime soon.
What makes bitcoin valuable is that it’s a decentralized currency, meaning its value is linked to the blockchain, which is a distributed database that keeps track of the world’s bitcoin transactions.
When the blockchain is hacked or corrupts, the value of bitcoin can be wiped out.
As of December 2018, bitcoin was worth $1,542, according to CoinMarketCap, which measures bitcoin value based on the price of a bitcoin in its current market value.
But bitcoin is a decentralized and untraceable currency, and its value can fluctuate wildly from day to day.
This week, bitcoin’s value hit a new record high, reaching $1.919, up roughly $2 from the previous week’s high.
But that’s not all.
Bitcoin is gaining new investors, too.
The cryptocurrency is also growing in popularity as a result of its new technology, bitcoin tipping, which allows users to tip others with bitcoin for things like restaurants or other goods that are more efficient.
In 2017, bitcoin tipped the value more than $500 million.
The bitcoin tipping phenomenon has been so popular, that the cryptocurrency has even begun attracting more of its own.
Last year, the price tumbled about 50% from its peak of $1 in June, and then began climbing again in 2018.
That surge has been fueled by a rise in bitcoin trading volume, which jumped from around $4 billion to $7.6 billion in the space of a few months.
It was an incredible year for bitcoin, with an exponential rise from less than $200 million in 2009 to nearly $1 trillion in 2018, according the CoinMarketMark Bitcoin Price Index.
Now that bitcoin is on a new high, it will be interesting to see how it adjusts to the ripple effect.
Will bitcoin become more valuable as more people start tipping other people for things they can buy with bitcoin?
That’s something that cryptocurrency investors will have to figure out over the next year, as bitcoin has more users than ever.