Words you will hear today: Bitgasm

The price of bitcoin surged for the first time on Thursday above $15 000 after adding more than $2 000 to its price in less than 12 hours.

Bitcoin is the world’s biggest cryptocurrency.

Here is how you'll know someone has invested in bitcoin, according to Jonathan Fairbairn (Khabazela).

Bitgasm is the word, orgasm and bitcoin. Bitgasm is what a person who is invested in bitcoin experiences every time the price goes up.

Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer

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