We analyze the performance of leading cryptocurrencies from last Easter to today
On July 17, 2010, the date when some of the first price data became available, BTC was trading at $0.09 before reaching an all-time high of $68,789.63 on November 10, 2021.
Bitcoin has yet to see a major uptrend this year, having lost 16.75% year-to-date.
As we get to the end of the bridge marked by the Easter holiday, let’s say investors bought $100 worth of BTC on Easter (April 4, 2021) before the leading digital currency crashed. This is where they are now Bitcoin traded at the time of publication at $39,764.36.
Purchase/Listing Date Purchase Quantity Purchase Price Coins Acquired Current Value Percent Change
April 4, 2021 $100 $39,764.36 $0.0017019 $67.67 -32.32%
Had an investor bought the main coin on Easter Sunday last year, he would have lost $32.33 or 32% of his investment over $100.
Although, the same $100 investment could still yield decent returns if Bitcoin revisits its all-time highs.