On Monday (July 18), Bitcoin is continuing the rally it started five days ago, with the price surging above the $22,000 level earlier today. Meanwhile, a well-known Bitcoin advocate and developer seems to have just arrived in El Salvador to teach his Bitcoin programming course.
According to data by TradingView, on crypto exchange Bitstamp, on July 13, $BTC was trading as low as $18,998. By 8:05 a.m. UTC on July 18, the $BTC price had reached as high as $22,434. And currently (as of 10:52 a.m. UTC on July 18) $BTC s trading around $22,174, up 3.83% in the past 24-hour period.
On-chain analyst Ali Martinez said earlier today that for Bitcoin the path to $23,260 seems clear:
Yesterday, New Zealand based crypto analyst and influencer Lark Davis reminded us that the next Bitcoin halving is in 683 days from today:
On April 17, Bitcoin advocate Stacy Herbert encouraged Salvadoran coders to sign up for Bitcoin advocate, developer, and entrepreneur Jimmy Song’s two-day “Programming Blockchain” seminar, which is taking place in El Salvador this summer:
And with hours, there were no more places available in this course:
Well, yesterday (July 17), El Zonte Capital announced that Jimmy Song had arrived in El Salvador to teach the course:
Song is the author of the book “Programming Bitcoin: Learn How to Program Bitcoin from Scratch” (available on Amazon).