The price of a single Bitcoin has risen more than 14 per cent in the last three days and only surged past $800 on Wednesday.
Yesterday, its market capitalisation smashed through the $14bn (£11.3bn) barrier, equivalent to the average market cap of a FTSE 100 firm.
Bitcoin was trading at $906.5 at midday, according to the Bitstamp exchange. The cryptocurrency has not reached this level since December 2013.
The majority of Bitcoin trades occur in China, meaning there is an inverse relationship between the value of Bitcoin and the Chinese yuan (which has fallen by nearly seven per cent this year).
Bitcoin prices have climbed more than 100 per cent since the start of the year. However, the price is still a way from the peak of more than $1,160 reached in late 2013.
Last week, the former boss of Barclays, Antony Jenkins, announced was joining the board of a Bitcoin startup.