Ether chases all-time highs following Bitcoin resurgence

Ethereum (ETH) is going up and so is Bitcoin, with both currencies reaching record highs and seemingly not slowing down.

In light of this Chicago Mercantile Exchange now plans to introduce ETH future contracts in 2021, but this is not the only thing that is happening.

Bitcoin managed to break the $22,160 valuation, spurring interest in Ether which hit a $656 high on BitMEX and is very likely to continue seeing upward fluctuations, even if the support fails to hold in the long term.

Future contracts for Bitcoin were first launched in 2017 and they coincided with the currency's record at the time, and now the same is happening with Ethereum, which is generally considered to be the less volatile system.

In the meantime, market experts expect Ether to continue making gains on Bitcoin, which is good news for anyone who uses crypto. Ethereum casinos are seeing a spike in activity, bolstered by the positive trend in the currency.

Players are very welcome to explore various gaming opportunities with FortuneJack, 1xBit, and BitStarz, as Bitcoin and Ether will clearly continue to grow in the coming weeks.

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Written by Alex


Alex is a well-rounded crypto writer who focuses on general market and legal developments. His main interest lies in how crypto gaming can become a more permanent part of the gaming landscape and how blockchain holds benefits to players they are not even aware of.

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