After breaking the $20,000 milestone on Wednesday, Bitcoin wasted no time breaking $21,000 and $22,000 the same day, before breaking $23,000 early Thursday morning (EST). Bitcoin is currently trading at $22,850 at the time of writing with an available supply of 18,573,718 bitcoin and a market cap of $425 billion. Bitcoin is up 7.3% in the last 24 hours and 24.5% in the last seven days as the flagship cryptocurrency finally broke its psychological ceiling of $20,000, branded from its infamous price crash in December 2017. On Wednesday, the same day the coronavirus vaccine was being distributed to frontline workers for the first time, #bitcoin was the number one trending hashtag on Twitter. Mati Greenspan, CEO of Quantum Economics, said to  to Cointelegraph that the Bitcoin rally is just getting started. He predicted a bold price for bitcoin between $23,800 and $1 million per coin. “Now that we're past the prior all-time highs, there are no levels left on the chart that might indicate where the price might eventually top out," said Greenspan. Binance.US CEO Catherine Coley, had similar feelings about the bull run yesterday, “When the Fed and other governing agencies across the world are seemingly OK with the effects of inflation on fiat currencies, we’ll continue to see the diversification thesis into BTC surge, with price breaking through key technical levels.” Michael Sonnenshein, managing director of Grayscale Investments, said to CNN in an interview yesterday, "It's not a surprise to us that Bitcoin has hit $20k, but it is a very symbolic threshold to reach at the end of what has been a historic year for bitcoin," he said, "These are just the early days, and we think there's a lot more runway to go." Bitcoin's market cap is now $425 billion, recently passing VISA in worth.