A big part of the recent rally in gold prices has been the rise in the value of the dollar.
In response, many people have been buying gold and buying bitcoin, the currency of choice for speculators.
But gold is not the only cryptocurrency to benefit from the rising value of gold.
Bitcoin and other digital currencies have seen a surge in popularity, and that trend is likely to continue.
Bitcoin’s price rose by a staggering $6,600 in less than 24 hours on Tuesday, with many buying gold to support their gains.
But a look at how much bitcoin has grown in value since the beginning of 2017 shows just how big the surge has been.
Bitcoin, which is used mostly to buy and sell goods and services, has surged from about $1,200 in early January to $2,400 today.
That’s a gain of more than 2,000 percent since January, and it’s a big one.
The digital currency’s value rose by more than 1,000% over the course of 2017.
The chart below shows bitcoin’s annualized increase in value, which shows how much money has been pumped into the digital currency since it first launched.
Bitcoin rose by $636 million in 2017 The chart above shows bitcoin, a digital currency, gaining value every day since January 1, 2017.
That means bitcoin’s value has grown by nearly $6 million since the start of 2017, which makes it the most valuable digital currency on the planet.
That value is just slightly ahead of the value that gold has been getting from the beginning, but it’s still far more than the average value of all digital currencies.
As of today, gold is worth more than $1.8 trillion, according to the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index.
And if you consider how much more money people have invested in bitcoin, you can see that bitcoin’s surge has actually had a big impact on gold’s price, as well.
In terms of absolute value, gold has increased by nearly 5,000%, or $7,000,000 in a day, according a CoinDesk analysis.
If bitcoin continues its current trajectory, it will be worth $1 trillion in 2026.
That would be the largest value ever recorded for a digital asset.
The only other digital currency with an annualized value greater than bitcoin is the ethereum cryptocurrency, which has risen by nearly 1,200% in 2017.
Bitcoin has risen even faster than ethereum.
The price of bitcoin hit $638 in late January, but by the end of January, the cryptocurrency was trading for more than half a trillion dollars.
That is more than 10 times its current value.
That surge in value helped drive bitcoin’s price to $639.80 in late February, according the CoinMarketCap database.
That price rose to more than 3,400% over two weeks later.
Bitcoin is currently worth more, on average, than $14,600, according CoinMarketScott.
That compares with $7.10 an ounce of gold, according data from CoinMarketScot.
The biggest digital currencies are still in the early stages of their rise.
For instance, bitcoin has gained almost 8,000%.
But that’s not to say they won’t have a long and winding road ahead of them.
The dollar is still the most popular currency in circulation, as most people still own it.
It’s also worth mentioning that gold is still one of the best investments you can make.
It has proven to be a reliable hedge against volatile currencies like the euro, and gold is one of many commodities that can be used as a hedge against inflation.
Gold can help mitigate inflationary pressures.
Gold is a stable store of value, and when you’re in a crisis, it helps prevent the government from spending more on things like interest and pensions.
But it’s also an extremely volatile asset, which means it can fall in value quickly.
So it’s important to make sure that gold isn’t your only option.
The safest way to invest in digital currencies is to diversify your portfolio.
This is especially true if you want to be able to invest your retirement savings in stocks or bonds, since you’ll be able get the most bang for your buck.
Here are five different types of digital currencies that have the best chance of helping you diversify: Ethereum The Ethereum cryptocurrency has seen a dramatic rise in popularity.
Ethereum is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts, a way for people to transact money in a decentralized way.
A smart contract, or program, is a piece of code that executes a specific task, such as transferring funds to another party or transferring a certain amount of bitcoins.
As a result, it’s often used for things like transferring funds from one person to another.
Since Ethereum was introduced in 2014, it has seen an increase in adoption and value, with nearly half of all cryptocurrency wallets now accepting Ethereum.
Ethereum’s price increased by more the same amount as the price of gold in the past week. Its value