BTC rose 45% in 2020. Meanwhile, ETH saw gains of 120%. As a result, Ethereum had a new seven-month high. In addition, we saw that the main altcoin surpassed Bitcoin with its 22% increase in active addresses. Furthermore, the use of gas has reached numbers that have not been seen since September 2019. In this way, Ethereum shows strength to prove Ian Balina's theory that the decade that has started will be led by the most powerful altcoin.
However, it is not only Balina who has positive thoughts about Ethereum. You have certainly followed the great debate of the last few days involving these two cryptography. Ethereum was considered by the market to have a greater tendency towards volatility than Bitcoin. On the other hand, it adds gains from making the holders of the original crypto envious.
Although the crypto market had a good week, Sunday started dominated by the bears' will. As a result, the two largest digital assets are being traded on the red side. While Bitcoin sees a 2.22% devaluation, Ethereum falls 3.58%.