Bitcoin has now Reached $800 Million Market Cap after President Biden Signed the Crypto Executive Order

Bitcoin reclaimed $800M market cap

U.S. President Joe Biden signed an executive order on digital assets, directing the commission to consider the dangers and advantages of cryptocurrencies.

It’s been a long time coming, and the crypto industry has been waiting for it, not least because of increasing regulatory concerns throughout the world about the immature digital asset market.

There had been rumors of a split between White House officials and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, which had caused the policy’s execution to be delayed.

“Digital assets, including cryptocurrencies, have seen explosive growth in recent years, surpassing a $3 trillion market cap last November and up from $14 billion just five years prior. Surveys suggest that around 16 percent of adult Americans – approximately 40 million people – have invested in, traded, or used cryptocurrencies,” the White House’s fact sheet revealed.

“That is why today, President Biden will sign an Executive Order outlining the first-ever, whole-of-government approach to addressing the risks and harnessing the potential benefits of digital assets and their underlying technology,” it stated.

President Biden finally signed the crypto order on Wednesday. The order asks for federal agencies to take a unified approach to the regulation and oversight of digital assets.

Bitcoin’s price started to skyrocket to $42,000 when the executive order has been leaked. Bitcoin’s market cap also reached $800 million after the President officially signed the crypto order.

Many financial specialists predict that the crypto market will be bullish in the coming days.

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