The ticker for the top cryptocurrency stock in the world hit all-times highs on Tuesday, with an all-coin index that trades for about $300 million a day surpassing the record high of $285.9 million set in 2014.
The index of bitcoin, which was launched in 2009 by an anonymous developer, has gained more than 8,000% this year.
It hit a new all-high in the second quarter, surpassing a previous record of 6,096.8% set in 2016.
The ticker also rose for the first time in more than six months, with a record-high $10.9 billion in trading.
Bitcoin is widely considered a digital currency.
Its value is driven largely by its ability to be used for illicit activities such as drug trafficking and hacking, but also because of its use in payment networks.
In a post on its website, the company said the latest rally was a record for the stock, which had traded at $6,600 on Tuesday morning, the highest since December 2016.
That was the highest level of daily trading for bitcoin in at least five months, the post said.
Bitcoin’s rally has been fueled by the continued rise of Ethereum, a cryptocurrency developed by Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin, who has said it is not backed by any central authority.