Unlike Bitcoin or Litecoin, Ethereum’s supply isn’t hard-capped and additional Ethereum can be created. Ether has a market price currently of roughly $1,300 down from the new all-time high set in 2021.
Ethereum has only been in the market for a few years and lacks much price history, which is part of the reason that it was able to retrace to the current lows – bullish support as never built during its parabolic rise in 2017. But as Ethereum forecast improves again, and as its price increases, it will build support and the only questions remaining will be “will reach 10000 dollars,” and “will Ethereum rise like Bitcoin?”
Long-term price predictions suggest that not only can Ethereum reach 10,000 dollars, but it will also reach prices well above that in the future after breaking above its previous all-time high.