Bitcoin (BTC) is just a few thousand dollars from its all-time high near $20,000 USD. While much of the crypto industry watches Bitcoin’s price action in U.S. dollar terms, however, BTC has already achieved all-time high prices relative to numerous other world currencies.
In an Oct. 22 tweet, Alistair Milne mentioned seven countries in which Bitcoin had already reached its all-time high relative to those counties native fiat currencies. In the same tweet, he said Colombia and Russia would soon join the list.
Bitcoin recently surpassed its all-time high against the Russian ruble earlier this month. The asset also broke its record high against the Colombian peso a few weeks ago, completing the list, except for his closing tweet comment, which forecasted “all other fiat currencies” to follow.
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