Dash traded over an impressive range Thursday, hitting new highs above $800 before dropping back to around $600.
The world's sixth largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization rose to record highs above $500 on Sunday, and is now trading above the $400 mark.
The price of dash is trading above $300 again, but a look on the charts suggests bidding at higher prices could prove light.
After building momentum toward a possible $400 price, the DASH/USD exchange rate appears to be losing steam on the charts.
Arizona legislators are turning the state into a blockchain hub by making smart contracts legally binding, and startups are taking the bait.
The first quarter of 2017 saw dramatic price gains for the top cryptocurrencies, as the total market added nearly $7bn in value.
Ether prices surged in the last week, but the rally was overshadowed by the sharp price increases for both bitcoin and dash.
Exchange Bitfinex platform has added new markets for dash, the digital currency that has seen big price moves this week.
The price of dash is on a tear – but why?