Gold is the new gold, but it has also risen in value since the Bitcoin crash of late 2017, according to CoinDesk’s latest monthly coin price tracker.
Bitcoin has lost more than 80% of its value since its March 2018 peak, making it the most expensive coin in the world, CoinDesk data shows.
Gold rose more than 50% in value over the past 12 months, rising from $1,865 to $4,085 at the start of 2017.
Silver has lost about 10% over the same period, rising to $3,400.
Bitcoin is still more expensive than gold, according a coin-by-coin comparison.
Gold is currently the most valuable coin in terms of supply, meaning there is more gold in circulation.
Silver coins were first launched in 1883.
CoinDesk’s data shows Bitcoin is currently valued at $7,400 at the time of publication.
The price rose to $8,200 in March 2018, but has been falling steadily since then, falling to $5,900 in September 2018.
Gold coins are more popular than silver ones, according CoinDesk, but silver has fallen in value and is not nearly as popular as gold.