The native cryptocurrency of decentralized oracle provider Chainlink has soared to a new all-time high above $25.
- At around 15:30 UTC Saturday, the LINK cryptocurrency reached the new record peak of $25.51 following a sharp rise over several hours.
- On Sunday, prices had dropped slightly to $24.80, up 4% over 24 hours, according to CoinDesk's data.
- The cryptocurrency is now up 105% since Jan. 1, 2021. A year ago, LINK was trading at between $2 and $3.
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