Bitcoin price reaches $14,500, the highest level since January 2018

Bitcoin price reaches $14,500, the highest level since January 2018
A lively day of trading amid U.S. election uncertainty sees Bitcoin add to its gains, which took it above the pivotal $14,000 resistance.

Bitcoin (BTC) hit $14,500 unexpectedly since early January 2018 on Nov. 5 as critical help held at $14,000. 

BTC value jelly $14,000 uphold 

Bitcoin's benefits proceeding in Thursday exchanging, in the midst of market strain over the U.S. political race result. 

At press time, highs of $14,560 had showed up on significant trade Bitstamp, with BTC/USD along these lines getting back to vary around $14,500 in the midst of unstable conditions.

Every day gains for the pair remained at 6.5% as political race strife created strong increases for both Bitcoin and customary place of refuge gold. 

"Trusting that Bitcoin will break $14,400 or get dismissed. For me this is the level to get passed before a generally clear hurry to $17K," he summed up late Wednesday. 

Notwithstanding, the following significant opposition currently has all the earmarks of being at $14,500, as can be found in the orderbook heatmap beneath.

"Something I'm viewing here on the 1-hour time period on the Bitcoin outline," famous web-based media dealer "The Moon" tweeted prior today, proceeding: 

"In the event that we break $14,500, at that point we could see another enormous light to the potential gain." 

Bitcoin would be in line for critical increases ought to $14,000 flip from protection from help. 

The level had held since the beginning of 2018 — soon after BTC/USD railled to unsurpassed highs of $20,000 — and turned into the opposition level that covered Bitcoin's 2019 meeting.