A crypto currency has risen to the top of the charts.
As of 12:30pm GMT, the currency was trading at about $3,924 per coin, according to Crypto Coins.
It is the most popular cryptocurrency out there, and is a big step up from the more niche currencies of today, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin.
While bitcoin has soared in value over the past year, its price has remained relatively low, at around $3.20 a coin.
The currency is the latest example of the exponential rise of digital currencies.
In the past two months, they have risen from less than $20,000 to more than $100,000.
They are being used to buy goods and services, as well as other goods and service, such a clothing retailer.
Since they are a peer-to-peer payment system, they can be easily traded on a global scale, and they have been used to fund ICOs, ICOs that raise funds to create new cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin has gone through many ups and downs, but it is also a platform that is constantly evolving, and has become the preferred way for people to buy and sell digital currencies on a daily basis.
With so many new cryptocurrencies, the question is whether or not the digital currency boom will continue.
A lot has changed in the last two years.
According to the latest data from CoinMarketCap, cryptocurrencies like Ethereum and Bitcoin have surged in value.
But what about other coins?
There is a wide range of coins out there.
There are altcoins that have gained in value, or have been bought and sold a lot.
For example, Litecoin has been gaining in value every day since it went from about $1,500 to more $50,000, and now it is trading for over $1.5 million per coin.