Bitcoin (BTC) failed to break its record highs on October 20, but a separate record kept bulls safely in the breach.

BTC/USD 1-day candlestick (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView
Bitcoin reaches an all-time high against the euro
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed that bitcoin/dollar reached $64,490 overnight on Bitstamp.

In addition to the April high, the event still secured Bitcoin’s daily record near $64,230.

In several currencies, including the Japanese yen, the Australian dollar and the euro, new all-time highs were already on Wednesday.

BTC/EUR weekly candle (Coinbase). Source: TradingView
It’s time for the famous Crypto trader Ed to reconsider his potential short term goals.

“Summary: 40K. I mentioned 73K as the first target, but I think we are moving up and keep expanding these waves. I think we have a good chance of not getting below 60K,” he wrote on Twitter.

At worst, he added, it could be a short-term “leap” of up to $58,000, but clear skies will follow in the “coming weeks/months.”

Overall, bullish sentiment followed a successful day for the first $1 billion Bitcoin ETF with $550 million in assets under management in just one trading session.

As a result, open interest in bitcoin futures has reached a new record high of $817.6 million, confirming data from research firm Glassnode.

Where’s Fomo?
The atmosphere makes the relative lack of collective interest in Bitcoin all the more exotic.

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Aside from the institutional hype, the data shows that almost no one is monitoring or verifying Bitcoin compared to the previous year.

This has been the case for a while, according to Cointelegraph, but even the trip to the all-time high has failed to reverse the trend.

Source: CoinTelegraph