ETHEREUM has today soared over $3,000 to quadruple its value in 2021.
It broke past $3,000 on Monday to set a new record high.
It was a dazzling rally that has outshone the bigger Bitcoin, with investors betting that ether will be of ever greater use in a decentralised future financial system.
The Ether/Bitcoin cross rate has soared more than 100 per cent so far this year.
There was a 2.5-year high on Sunday, pointing to a rotation into the second-biggest cryptocurrency as investors diversify their exposure.
On Sunday, a new record was broken as Ethereum reached $2,953 – up nearly 1,500 per cent since this time last year. One analyst claimed this week that “a ride to $5,000 is imminent”.
This means its value has risen by more than 1,300 per cent in less than a year and is currently outperforming Bitcoin in terms of percentage growth.
The price of dogecoin shot up from $0.25 to $0.30 in less than 15 minutes after Musk posted a cryptic tweet…