FM do you mean the coins themselves (there are several) or the ETFs connected to them? There's a big difference in performance prices. Eg: If you're asking about Bitcoin (the "father" of crypto coins), here are some snippets from an article that gives it's price history:What has Cryto done in the past six months versus the first six months it became available?? I avoid things I know nothing about.
"Bitcoin first started trading from around $0.0008 to $0.08 per coin in July 2010.
in 2011. Bitcoin's price jumped from $1 in April of that year to a peak of $32 in June, a gain of 3,200% within three short months.
What is the highest price Bitcoin has reached?Bitcoin reached a price of $64,863 on April 14, 2021."
More detailed info here: https://www.investopedia.com/articl...-price-history.asp#bitcoins-price-history-faq
Bitcoin's current price is $45,199.44. The price just jumped over $1,000 in the few seconds I was looking it up to post here! I use Brave browser sometimes and it's homepage has a section that shows the current prices of the major crypto coins in real time.