Bitcoin’s Wikipedia page drew most traffic since January as prices broke all-time highs on Wednesday

Visitors appear to have flocked to Bitcoin's Wikipedia page on Wednesday as the price of the cryptocurrency broke well above $20,000.

The page received 16,088 views on December 16, according to available data. Per ToolForge, the page has seen an average daily view count of 6,943 since January 1. There have been a total of 2,436,919 views since that date. 


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Source: The Block Research, ToolForge

As of the time of writing, bitcoin is trading hands on Coinbase at about $23,733 per coin. 

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