New York — The world’s largest cryptocurrency rallied above $10,000 again amid optimism digital assets will continue to benefit in the wake of unprecedented global fiscal and monetary stimulus.

Bitcoin rose about 5% on Tuesday to trade near $10,168 midmorning in New York. The rally catapulted the coin to its highest level since mid-February. Bitcoin has advanced more than 40% in 2020, while peer tokens, including litecoin and bitcoin cash, have also posted double-digit gains. Bitcoin still remains about 50% below its record high set before the collapse of the crypto bubble in late 2017...

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