Bitcoin prices continued to surge on Tuesday, when the cost of a single unit of digital currency topped $ 50,000 for the first time, down from $ 10,000 a year ago and an increase of nearly 200% in the last three months alone.
Bitcoin is recovering as more and more companies signal that the volatile digital currency could find wide acceptance as a means of payment. The vast majority of those who have purchased Bitcoin have treated it as a commodity like gold, and few places accept it in exchange for goods or services.
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