Fed And ECB ‘Kryptonite’ Could Break Bitcoin Despite Massive Price Surge—But Here’s Why Ethereum Could Triumph – Forbes

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Bitcoin has soared by almost 1,000% over the last 12 months—a rally that’s been outmatached by the second-most-valuable cryptocurrency ethereum.

The bitcoin price has surged from under $10,000 this time last year to around $60,000 per bitcoin while ethereum has added 1,200%, climbing from just over $100 per ether token to almost $2,000.

However, despite bitcoin’s recent success, some fear that central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) could be “kryptonite” for bitcoin and similar cryptocurrencies—while ethereum apps and upgrades help it to stay ahead.

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