This digital asset, generally volatile, has had its ups and downs since mid-June, rising from $ 7,888 to $ 13,929.8 in 2019, before suffering a correction to $ 9,728.5 last Tuesday.
Although it is still far from reaching its record high of almost $ 20,000 and despite the strong daily fluctuations in its price, bitcoin has grown more than 200% since the beginning of the year.
Crypto-currencies broadly traded higher on Friday, with a total market capitalization of $ 323.21 billion, against $ 319.48 billion a day earlier.
This is despite the fact that Bitcoin's closest rivals have also suffered losses. Ethereum fell 1.2% to $ 291.17, down 5.0% over the week. The XRP fell 3.1% to $ 0.3822, down 7.9% over the last seven days, while the Litecoin fell 2.3% to $ 119.30. while maintaining weekly earnings of 0.5%.