Data: Bitcoin rose 10.26% in October, surpassing gold for the first time since June

According to CoinDesk today, in October, Bitcoin recorded a double-digit increase, surpassing gold for the first time since June. According to Bitstamp data, Bitcoin rose 10.26% in October, ending a three-month downtrend. At the same time, gold rose only 2.74% in October. In addition, from February to June, Bitcoin rose for five consecutive months, the longest winning streak since August 2017. But gold performed better than Bitcoin in the third quarter. Bitcoin fell 6%, 4% and 13.5% in July, August and September respectively. Gold rose 0.23% and 7.65% in July and August, respectively, and fell 3.17% in September, the largest monthly decline since June 2018.