Bitcoin surges past $1,900 for the first time

May 19, 2017
Bitcoin is at it again. Overnight, the cryptocurrency topped $1,900 for the first time. Currently it trades up 2.3% at $1938.81 a coin. 

Friday's gains have bitcoin up about 102% since March 27. The cryptocurrency has gained in 23 of the past 26 sessions. 

The rally has seemingly been sparked by news out of Japan at the...
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