Bitcoin rose as much as 5.5% on Monday to $62,667, according to Bloomberg data. ProShares said its bitcoin futures ETF will start trading Tuesday.
The increase in the share of the US came after China in September banned all cryptocurrency transactions, citing environmental concerns.
Elsewhere, the dogecoin spinoff shiba inu rallied 19% on Monday, gaining 265% from a week ago, while other altcoins saw general downturns.
Accelerate Financial Technologies will be planting around 3,450 trees for every C$1 million invested. It will launch on August 31.
Two years ago, authorities confiscated 36 bitcoins from a drug dealer. Their value then is equivalent to just three bitcoins now.
Sam Bankman-Fried has pledged a three-year commitment to Brink Technology to sponsor bitcoin developers undergoing fellowship programs.
"It seems we're seeing some profit-taking in bitcoin after the crypto broke $41,000 - a level it's struggled with since late May," an analyst said.
Bitcoin reached a low of $51,300 after it dropped more than $7,000 in a single hour, before recovering slightly. It hit nearly $65,000 in the week.
Apple took 42 years for the same breakthrough event, while Amazon took 24 years and Google took 21 years.
Ripple Labs' XRP token reached its highest point in over three years after company executives filed motions to dismiss an SEC lawsuit.