As China commits to improve the economy, Bitcoin and Ethereum have ended their losing streaks.

Bitcoin investors will be hopeful that the $40,000 barrier may be broken.

Following China's commitment to strengthen its economy, bitcoin and ether saw a five-day losing streak end, tracking advances in equities markets and Asian tech companies.

Since last week's low of $38,000, BTC has risen 2.71 percent to a new all-time high of $38,432 dollars in market value. Cryptocurrency's price rose to US$2.639, a gain of 4.40%.

Hong Kong's Hang Seng Tech index surged more than 20 percent overnight on Beijing's pledge to boost the markets and its own property industry.

Speculators are now betting that bitcoin will be able to overcome the $40,000 barrier. Because of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Bitcoin has risen by about $5,000, although it is still much behind the all-time highs reached at the end of last year.

Digital tokens, according to GlobalBlock analyst Marcus Sotiriou, are also benefiting from growing confidence that the industry will not be overregulated. In addition to Joe Biden's pro-crypto statements, the EU's decision this week not to restrict Bitcoin mining was a "great relief for the sector."

According to Sotiriou, subsequent legislative developments in the Middle East "demonstrate that crypto is garnering worldwide support as the industry is proving itself to be an unstoppable force toward mainstream use in the long run."

When it comes to other developments, Afghan civilians are turning to crypto as a way to avoid US sanctions, collapsing banks, and the depletion of foreign help following the Taliban's re-election.

Since the acquisition in August 2021, Chainanalysis, a crypto analytics business, has seen a significant increase in the use of crypto.

When it comes to crypto adoption, Afghanistan is presently ranked twenty in the world. It wasn't even a year ago that digital money didn't even make the cut for inclusion in the rankings.

Avalanche was up 3.30 percent to US$69.07, Polkadot increased 4.46 percent to US$18.14, and Solana rose 3.12 percent to US$82.34 in the altcoins.

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