Ether’s (ETH) bull run continues with costs topping the $1,700 mark to set new all-time highs.
On the present value of $1,717, the native token of Ethereum’s blockchain is up 5% on a 24-hour foundation, in keeping with CoinDesk 20 knowledge. The cryptocurrency has gained 30% thus far this week.
Dealer and analyst Alex Kruger foresees a continued rally towards $1,920 forward of the launch of ether futures on the Chicago Mercantile Change on Feb. 8.
Ether’s current rally seems much like bitcoin‘s (BTC) staggering rise from almost $6,200 to $19,783 seen in weeks main as much as the CME futures launch on Dec. 17, 2017. The bull market ended following the futures launch and costs fell as little as $3,200 by December 2018.
Kruger doesn’t count on an enormous dump in ether after Feb. 8. “I don’t count on a crash after the launch, because it occurred in 2017. For 2 causes. First, the market is now extra mature, the macro is completely different, and there are completely different gamers concerned. Second, ETH stays a excessive beta asset. BTC determines the market course, ETH follows,” Kruger tweeted.