Teeka Tiwari Bitcoin Price Prediction: BTC Will Hit 70k “Sooner than People Realize”

Bitcoin just reached its highest point since 2018, and some analysts believe it will surge to new all-time highs in the near future.

Crypto investment analyst Teeka Tiwari predicts bitcoin will reach $60,000 or $70,000 “a lot sooner than most people realize.”

In a recent Zoom call with Chris Lowe of Legacy Research Group, Teeka specifically predicted bitcoin growing as high as $60,000 or $70,000 USD.

Although Teeka did not issue a timeline for his prediction, Teeka insisted we’ll see cryptocurrencies with “multitrillion-dollar market caps” within the near future – similar to how stocks like Amazon and Apple have multitrillion-dollar market caps today:

“You will see cryptocurrencies with multitrillion-dollar market caps – like how you now see stocks like Amazon and Apple with multitrillion-dollar market caps.”

Teeka made the prediction back in August when bitcoin was hovering between $10,000 and $12,000.

Over the last few weeks, bitcoin has surged to recent highs, reaching as high as $13,793 on October 27. Although the price has retreated slightly in recent days, some are calling for bitcoin to reach a new all-time high before the end of 2020.

Teeka deliberately did not put a timeline on his prediction, stating that he did not want to get backed into a corner – similar to how other cryptocurrency ‘gurus’ have looked foolish when their price prediction dates have come and gone:

“I’m not going to paint myself into a corner and say when. But it will happen a lot sooner than most people realize.”

2020 has been an uncertain year for everything, but bitcoin has remained relatively steady throughout the year. The world’s biggest cryptocurrency has continued to slowly accumulate market cap throughout the year.

While some believe there will be a correction before the end of this year, others believe bitcoin will surge. We could see a tumultuous end to 2020. With the US presidential election and uncertain COVID-19 treatments, bitcoin could be a safe haven for investors in a world of uncertainty.

In his interview, Teeka claims we’re in “maybe the second half of just the first inning of this bull market.” As much as bitcoin’s price has surged in recent months, Teeka believes this is just the first 10% of the bull market – with the remaining 90% surge still to come:

“We’re in maybe the second half of just the first inning of this bull market. You’re going to see bitcoin reach $60,000 or $70,000.”

Why Bitcoin Could Surge to All-Time Highs

There are reasons to be optimistic about bitcoin in the near future. Teeka and his team have collected all of the following evidence showing the long-term viability of bitcoin and digital currencies in general:

Fidelity (one of the world’s largest asset managers), Intercontinental Exchange (ICE, the owner of the New York Stock Exchange), and JP Morgan Chase (one of America’s largest banks) are creating crypto products and services for clients.

Walmart, Visa, IBM, Citigroup, and UPS are adopting blockchain technology, using it to track supply chains and cross-border transactions.

Billionaire hedge funds are allocating a portion of their portfolios towards bitcoin, and a growing number of asset managers recommend putting a slice of your portfolio into alternative assets like bitcoin.

The Department of Defense, the Secret Service, and NASA work with blockchain technology for national security and space exploration.

The central banks of China, Sweden, and France are exploring the launch of their own digital currencies called Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) that could change the future of national currency as we know it.

It’s not all good news for crypto, however. On October 30, bitcoin abruptly dropped 4% as Bank of America predicted a 20% market crash. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has declined 7.55% since October 12, and some suggest this winter will be the end of the market’s historic bull market – leading to uncertain times for bitcoin.

Of course, critics argue that uncertain times lead to a surge in bitcoin prices. Bitcoin delivers that coveted ‘alpha’ investors seek. Bitcoin rises or falls on different factors than traditional markets, and it’s not tied to the economy of any specific country.

Teeka first approached the Legacy Research Group team back in 2016, advocating for them to cover cryptocurrencies.

Clearly, Teeka believes bitcoin’s brightest days are ahead. Stay tuned to see if bitcoin reaches $60,000 to $70,000 within the near future.

The long time bitcoin advocate is also hosting an upcoming event on Wednesday, November 11, 2020, at 8 PM ET called Teeka Tiwari’s Crypto Catch-Up event. The Crypto Catch Up webinar hosted by Palm Beach Research Group’s Teeka Tiwari will be referred to as ‘The Last Chance To Get The Life You Want,’ where the cryptocurrency countdown will take place.

During the Crypto Catch Up event by Teeka Tiwari, Mr. Big T, or The Crypto Oracle, will be revealing his top coin pick for 2020 along with five additional coins that he believes are destined and due to post great gains in the coming months and years ahead. The event is absolutely free to sign up and watch, giving highly educational materials for anyone who attends and watches the live in-person summit.

Again, The Crypto Catch-Up: Your Last Chance to Get the Life You Want event with Teeka Tiwari is the latest and greatest offering from one of America’s most trusted crypto analysts, having been recommending Bitcoin when it was $429 BTC/USD and Ethereum at $9 ETH/USD all the way back in 2016. The new crypto event is on Wednesday, November 11th, at 8 PM ET and is a must-see actionable event that will provide invaluable insights and analysis, along with Teeka Tiwari’s top crypto coin ticker symbol to buy right away just for signing up today.

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Author: Andrew Tuts

Former Ripple CTO Jed McCaleb Ready to Sell Another 120 Million XRP ($28.14M)

Ever since hitting its all-time high of $3.84 in January 2018, XRP hasn’t been having a good time. As a matter of fact, it has been only on a decline.

There have been several pumps along its downward journey, but unlike other altcoins, XRP fails to show any momentum.

In 2020, the fourth largest digital asset managed to record 20% losses, but it is among the worst performers, joining the ranks with Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Litecoin (LTC).

At the time of writing, XRP has been trading at $0.234, managing just $109 million in ‘real’ trading volume.

Amidst this, former Ripple CTO Jed McCaleb continues to dump his XRP on the market regularly. Just yesterday, another 120 million XRP were transferred to his wallet.

Although this doesn’t have much of an impact on the price of XRP, with not much happening with XRP’s price anyway, it just adds to the sell-side.

XRP sees some use!

Ripple’s prominent partner, SBI Holdings, however, continues to keep XRP relevant. In the latest news, SBI Group’s subsidiary, SBI esports, announced that it would be paying player salaries in crypto instead of fiat.

Esports players will drive their salaries in XRP as part of the sponsorship deal with Venture capital firm, VC Trade, to strengthen the company’s presence in the field.

With this deal, the goal is to “create and nurture a healthy market based on customer-centricity, improve prices, and expand liquidity.”

Increase those numbers…

According to Ripple, using sustainable architecture means XRP transactions could grow by more than 1000% by 2025.

Ripple also wrote about how “the digital asset XRP is a staggering 61,000x more energy-efficient than Bitcoin.”

The company has announced that it will achieve a net carbon zero target by 2030 for which it is working with XRP Ledger Foundation, Energy Web, and the Rocky Mountain Institute.

The company is also helping in launching and funding the EW Zero open-source to enable any blockchain to decarbonize through the purchase of renewable energy in local markets in partnership with Energy Web Foundation.

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Author: AnTy

South Korean Crypto Exchange, Bithumb, Is Back on the Market for $430 Million

  • Bithumb crypto exchange is back on the market.
  • This follows a failed buy attempt in 2018 for 400 billion Korean Won.
  • Management complications and legal difficulties are making the sale drag along

South Korean cryptocurrency exchange, Bithumb, is reportedly looking for a buyer after a failed purchase in 2018. The exchange has been plagued by legal and management rights issues in the recent past, which could make the 500 billion Korean won ($430 million) sale almost impossible.

On Tuesday, the local financial news website, Herald Economy, reported Bithumb, South Korea’s largest crypto exchange is on the market for a buyer. According to the post, the investment bank participants are starting to take note of Bithumb’s sale, with the exchange boasting of nearly 5 million customers.

The investment banks report that Bithumb Holdings, the majority stakeholder in Bithumb exchange with 74% ownership, is looking to sell-off the exchange. One of the best audit firms in the country, Samjung KPMG, is in charge of selling the exchange between 500 billion won ($430 million) and 700 billion KRW ($608 million).

Since setting up the sale earlier this month, Bithumb has received several letters of buyer’s intent from domestic and foreign investors who see potential in the exchange. Despite the rising interest in Bithumb, there remain legal, and management complications are troubling the exchange and hence making it hard for investors to buy it. One investment banker focusing on the sale said,

“As management rights disputes and legal disputes continue, we are speculating that investors are trying to recover their investments and get out of their hands through the sale.”

Can Bithumb complete its 500 billion won sale?

On September 7, the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency’s Intelligent Crime Investigation Unit raided the Bithumb Holding main offices to find evidence to build a case against Lee Jung-hoon, Chairman of the board of directors at Bithumb Global and Bithumb Korea. Lee is charged with fraud after raising over $25 million in BXA tokens, Bithumb’s native token, investors, and not listing it afterward.

This raid followed a Sept 2 raid in the building, as federal investigations continue on the BXA token case. However, this is not the only problem facing a possible acquisition of Bithumb.

Read more: Court Enforces Seizure Of Korean Crypto Exchange Bithumb’s Shares

In 2018, Bithumb Holding was prepared to sell the exchange to South Korean BK Global Consortium, led by BK Medical Group Chairman Kim Byung-gun, for 400 billion won ($345 million). While the deal was ready to be closed, Kim Byung-gun failed to raise the rest of the investment and saw the deal fall through late October 2018.

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Author: Lujan Odera

Interactive Brokers to Settle $38 Million in Penalties for Violating AML Procedures

Interactive Brokers LLC, a U.S based brokerage that skyrocketed between 2013 and 2018, has agreed to settle a total of $38 million with the SEC, CFTC and FINRA for violating AML practices. The brokerage had risen ranks within a span of five years to feature amongst the big players within the U.S industry. It also cleared more foreign institution transactions compared to other brokerages in the U.S at the time. Following settlement agreement, it now seems that the brokerage is ready to face to the music for neglecting proper AML procedures.

Notably, all the three financial watchdogs released a press release in light of the penalties imposed on Interactive Brokers LLC. Finra is set to receive $15 million while both the SEC and CFTC expect $11.5 million each from Interactive Brokers LLC. At the core, all the oversight bodies agree that Interactive Brokers failed in a number of instances in maintaining their KYC role as financial services provider. These sentiments were brought to light from different financial oversight perspectives but ultimately narrowed down to AML inefficiencies.

Finra particularly noted that Interactive Brokers did not surveil hundreds of millions of funds that were deposited with them, including those from countries perceived as ‘high risk’ by the U.S. It went to add that the brokerage was also under staffed, an issue that was raised in relation to report reviews but was not considered early enough. Furthermore, the Interactive Broker internal and external policies were also not well in tune to provide proper guidelines to stakeholders on how they should execute roles in compliance.

SEC on the other hand said that Interactive Brokers failed to file Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) despite its underlying exposure to regulatory risk. It, therefore, made it difficult for the regulator to track suspicious activity in the dealings of Interactive Brokers. Marc Berger, SEC’s New York Regional Office Director has since noted that this is an important function and ought to have been fulfilled by Interactive Brokers,

“SAR filings are an essential tool in assisting regulators and law enforcement to detect potential violations of the securities laws, particularly in the microcap space.”

The CFTC’s basis was almost similar to SEC’s claims on failure to report SARs; this U.S Commodity Futures Trading Commission charged Interactive Brokers for slacking in checking its stakeholders who include agents, employees and officers. Other than the $11.5 million penalty, CFTC also ordered Interactive Brokers to disgorge $706,214 which was earned in a transaction where the regulator later moved to enforce action on the counterparty.

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Author: Edwin Munyui

Circle and Coinbase’s USDC Becomes Second Stablecoin to Hit 1 Billion Circulating Supply

USDC, the dollar-pegged stablecoin launched by Circle and Coinbase back in October 2018, has become the second stablecoin to see its circulating supply surpass the 1 billion mark after Tether’s USDT.

USDT maintains a commanding lead within the stablecoin market with its total market cap exceeding $10 billion on June 30, only behind Bitcoin and Ethereum. This also makes USDC the 18th cryptocurrency in the decentralized space to have a 10-digit circulating supply.

The cryptocurrency market has seen a surprising uptick in demand for stablecoins like USDT and USDC, especially after the Black Thursday crash of the crypto space, which saw the value of Bitcoin and almost every other altcoin fall by over 50%.

The volatile nature of cryptocurrencies has made investors seek out stable assets to hedge their risk in troubled times. Thus the demand and use of stable coins have grown significantly.

Joao Reginatto, director of product manager at Circle, took to Twitter to announce the $1 billion circulating supply for USDC.

The Stablecoin Market Dominated by Tether

Stablecoins were invented to help provide easy on-boarding for investors, as in the beginning, and even now, many countries do not allow for direct purchase of crypto via fiat. Consequently, stablecoins have been in high demand since the advent of crypto exchanges. However, now it has become an integral part of the ecosystem, and people are also using it to hedge their risk.

With several stable coins available in the market including USDT, USDC, Paxos Standard (PAX) and TrueUSD (TUSD), Gemini Dollar (GUSD), and many more, a majority of the market is captured by USDT itself, where it enjoyed a market dominance of over 90% followed by USDC with near 3%-5%. The remaining stable coins control a fraction of the available market.

Source: Skew

A recent study from Skew suggests that USDT’s dominance is no more limited just to spot markets, and USDT-margined derivatives contracts are emerging and could gradually replace coin-margined contracts over the next year.

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Author: James W

Bitcoin Records Biggest Network Difficulty Adjustment of 15% Since January 2018

Today, Bitcoin recorded its biggest upward adjustment of +15% since January 2018. The last two adjustments were lower by -9.29% and -6%, after the halving, as per Coinwarz.

CoinWarz BTC Difficulty Chart
Source: CoinWarz BTC Difficulty Chart

After the halving on May 11th, the hash rate dropped more than 40% and the time to find new blocks jumped to 14 minutes which caused the difficulty to lower.

However, in the first week of June, the hash rate of the bitcoin network started recovering following the downward difficulty adjustment and the block time fell to nearly 7 minutes, as per Bitinfocharts.

Now, with new bitcoin mining machines in the market, China’s rainy season at its peak, and inefficient miners having exit the market, this difficulty adjustment will make it harder to mine bitcoin.

Bitcoin Back into Greens

Price-wise Bitcoin is back in the range.

On Monday, Bitcoin fell amidst a renewal in global risk aversion induced by the growing number of coronavirus cases, with China now working to contain a new outbreak and Chinese economic data disappointing investors.

“The digital currency market is not immune when it comes to flight for cash, as evidenced during the February/March selloff,” said Denis Vinokourov, head of research at Bequant, a London-based digital asset prime broker. “With liquidity sapped away, the unwind resulted in a cascade of exits.”

Yesterday, the digital asset bounced off of the lows on the back of central banks’ dovish tone. And today, we are back to trading above $9,500 with 3.76% gains but with just $1.8 billion in real volume.

According to technical gauges, the short-term bottom has been found at $8,900 with upper support present at $10,000 and is expected to sustain its rally since March.

Investors Busy HODLing

Interestingly, more than 60% of bitcoin’s supply has been inactive for at least 1 year now.

This means crypto investors are not taking profits rather choosing to hold onto their BTC which is up 150% since its March lows in the current uncertain economic scenario.

The last time this much percentage of bitcoin supply was inactive was four years back in 2016.

Meanwhile, “HODL Waves,” where each wave represents the period of time in which a percentage of BTC’s issues supply has been inactive, shows that those holding the coins for more than ten years are up 31% and those holding it for two to three years are also up 26%.

Those holding it for a decade, however, might also include those who have lost their coins.

Bitcoin-UTXO-Age-Distribution-HODL-Waves
Source: Unchained Capital – Bitcoin UTXO Age Distribution

These hodling trends only emphasize investors’ bullish outlook of bitcoin’s future. Also, the smart money moving from weak hands to strong hands as macro trends highlights the value proposition of bitcoin.

Also, “the overall network health remains strong” and the Glassnode compass has solidified its position in the green zone.

Moreover, the bitcoin whale population is growing, now 1882 entities are holding at least 1000 BTC. The last time, this figure was so high was in September 2017 as BTC made its way to $20,000.

Interestingly, the first time these many BTC whales were seen was in March 2016. However, the average balance held by each whale has decreased during the period.

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Author: AnTy

2018 Pentagon War Game Distributes Bitcoin to ‘Worthy Recipients’ In Mid-2020’s Protest

A Pentagon war game from 2018 for Generation Z used the world’s leading digital currency Bitcoin to distribute funds to “worthy recipients,” reported The Intercept.

The Pentagon war game called the 2018 Join Land, Air, and Sea Strategic Special Program (JLASS) involves discontent Generation Z, those born after 1996, launch a “Zbellion” in America in the mid-2020s.

Zbellion plot, however, was just one of the parts of the war game. JLASS 2018 also featured Islamist militants in Africa, anti-capitalist extremists, and ISIS successors.

Conducted by students and faculty from the US military war colleges, the war game covers the future through early 2028. It intends “to reflect a plausible depiction of major trends and influences in the world regions,” reads over 200 pages long documents.

The Plot

According to the scenario, the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the Great Recession have influenced the attitudes of Gen Z. Having lived through these events as part of their childhood, they are least likely to believe in the “American Dream” and feel the “system is rigged” against them. Gen Z actually prefers person-to-person contact to online interaction.

In early 2025, the dissatisfied Zoomers launch a protest movement. A group known as Zbellion begins a “global cyber campaign to expose injustice and corruption and to support causes it deem[s] beneficial.”

Starting with Seattle, the movement first spread in the US; New York City, Washington, Los Angeles, and Austin; then all over the world — Europe, cities throughout Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.

Zbellion’s would-be members are ordered to siphon funds from corporations, financial institutions, and nonprofits that support “the establishment” through sophisticated malware accessed on the dark web.

The gains are then converted to bitcoin and distributed to “worthy recipients” including the members who claim financial need. This wealth distribution is assured by the Zbellion leadership to be untraceable by law enforcement. It is also “ultimately justifiable,” because targets are selected based on the “secure polling” of “network delegates.”

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Author: AnTy

Two Top Cryptocurrencies with the Worst Serial Market Performance

After the crypto winter of 2018, digital assets started recovering last year and continued the behavior into 2020.

Although still far from their all-time highs, the top cryptocurrencies have made a major recovery from their lows.

However, there are a few top cryptos that are still struggling and experiencing the worst performance. XRP and EOS are the top two cryptocurrencies that aren’t doing well. Both XRP and EOS have lost the most against BTC in 2020 so far.

The third-largest cryptocurrency dropped to a new low last month which has the digital asset to lose its position to Tether (USDT) at times. XRP/USD is currently trading at $0.20, up only 5% YTD but down almost 20% against BTC.

Source: TradingView – XRP’s 1-year price performance

In the past seven days, it recorded 7.32% losses, the biggest loser among the top 65 cryptos. In the past year as well, XRP didn’t fare well with 54% losses but several crypto joined the digital asset in these losses such as Bitcoin Cash (43%), Litecoin (59%), BNB (47%), XLM (40%), Tron (56%) and others.

XRP is also down a whopping 94.82% from its all-time hit in January 2018.

Amidst the poor price performance, the liquidity of XRP/MXN on Bitso rose to a new record of 37 million on May 31, as per Liquidity Index Bot. Similarly, a new all-time high of 15.6 million was tracked on the Australian payment corridor XRP/AUD.

Recently, Towo Labs, founded in 2019 to focus on developing the infrastructure for XRP Ledger (XRPL) and Interledger protocol released the XRP Toolkit V2. Using this Toolkit, trading orders can be executed on decentralized exchanges, XRP escrows can be created, and a connection to the XUMM wallet can be established.

Moreover, one of the amendments to XRP Ledger, Checks that was introduced in February 2018 with the 0.9.0 release may now become a reality that a UNL validator has removed a veto. This amendment is similar to paper checks and works with both XRP and any other issued currency on the XRPL.

A compliance move, it will let users exchange funds asynchronously and know the source of funds received.

EOS is another cryptocurrency not performing well, down 88% from its peak. Currently, EOS/USD is trading at $2.6, up 0.94% but down 23% against BTC.

The price of EOS, the record-breaking ICO of $4.2 billion, is now only down over 5% in the past month but also in the past year by 66%, the biggest loser among the top 40 cryptos.

Source: TradingView – EOS’s 1-year price performance

Yesterday marked the second anniversary of EOS mainnet going live.

“Happy 2nd Birthday EOS. I’m humbled and thankful to be a part of this talented global community that underpins the most performant and aligned public blockchain in the world. This year is going to be the best yet,” celebrated Brendan Blumer, CEO of Block.one, the company behind EOS.

Reportedly, Multicoin Capital that invested in EOS and shared in its thesis at that time that “decentralization requires tradeoffs in both economics and performance” has now gotten out of its position because “the governance process didn’t work.”

“I honestly have no idea what’s been happening with eos over the past year but thought they were still backing it. Still in the top 10 but going to drop out soon,” said analyst Ceteris Paribus.

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Author: AnTy

India’s Supreme Court Continues To Hear Case Against RBI Cryptocurrency Ban

The Reserve Bank of India had issued a circular in April 2018, which imposed a banking ban on crypto service providers. The circular prohibited banks from offering their service to all crypto-related service operators in the country. The banking ban was then challenged by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) in the supreme court whose hearing has been going on for over a year now.

In the latest hearing which began on the 14th of January, the judges asked both the counsels to start the arguments fresh and from the beginning. The three-day proceedings saw the prosecution side explaining to the bench judges that the banking ban imposed by RBI was not under their jurisdictions.

The prosecution was headed by Mr Ashim Sood who noted that the RBI circular was bad mainly for three reasons,

  • Malice in law. RBI doesn’t have the power to ban but acted to ban Crypto on effect.
  • Colourable exercise
  • Ultra Vires – without authority.

Mr. Sood also pointed out the flawed analysis by RBI which in its circular claimed that since crypto assets are volatile and risky, it should not be allowed to be regulated. Sood explained that the same risk is involved in stock trading also and effectively lies under the domain of Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

Mr. Sood also clarified that nobody wants to make cryptocurrency as a legal tender which has been a strong defence against legalizing cryptocurrencies. Mr. Sood explained that these digital assets can be used as a medium of exchange and store of value. He explained,

“Some people would find value in it and some people would exchange it. It is a technology which should be given free play. Casino chips are useful to the people who are inside the casino […] When I come out of [a] casino, its use ceases to exist but then some people may exchange it and it holds a value for the interested people. So likewise there is no obligation to use VCs [virtual currencies] as a medium of exchange.”

The current court proceedings in the RBI vs IAMAI is being seen as one of the most fruitful proceedings in the case which has been going on for over a year now. However, given the state of Indian judiciary it won’t be a big surprise if the case takes longer than what many had anticipated.

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Author: Rebecca Asseh

This Uncannily Accurate Bitcoin Chart from Dec. 2018 Predicts a New ATH in 2020/21

  • Analyst ‘s post from Dec. 2, 2018, correctly predicts Bitcoin’s bottom and momentum in 2019

Bitcoin price is currently hovering around $9,000 after surging over 21% to date in 2020. With Bitcoin reward halving coming up in May 2020, investors are extremely excited to see if this historically bullish event will end up pushing BTC to the moon or as some commentators say a dump because halving is priced in.

According to an analysis posted by PentarhUdi on TradingView, Bitcoin price is onto a big rally that will see it hitting a new high by the end of this year. The post has garnered 133,200 views to date.

The analysis is his vision of Bitcoin’s future price dynamics in the context of the broken time log trend. “Bitcoin lost its huge momentum to stay in this trend,” which he said was going to happen sooner or later.

Because as Bitcoin and blockchain technology gets adopted, it starts losing its “blowing popularity,” and leave the straight-style log trend. But all the while it continues to grow in SQRT-style trend more smoothly.

Posted on December 2nd, 2018 when Bitcoin was trading just above $4,000, the analysis called for a local bottom between $1,500 and $3,000 in that month. The world’s leading digital currency won’t be breaking previous lower low at $159, obviously, but he said, “it should be 4-digits,” in the coming weeks. On Dec. 15, we hit the low at about $3,200 level.

As BTC dropped fast, going from $6,400 to $3,200 in just over a month, he said it should bounce fast to retest the last $6,000 level and “log trend at around 10000-20000. 2019-2020 AD,” and “then it should fall back to ~6000 support. This should happen up to 2020 AD.”

Interestingly, he has been right this time as well with Bitcoin hitting $13,900 in June 2019 only to drop back to $6,500 level in mid-Dec. 2019. The next step he says is “Go to new highs. Beyond 2020 year.” Although the analysis calls for a $70,000 peak, he is calling for a new all-time high in 2020-21 without an exact figure.

In 2020 AD, he is expecting bitcoin to find its place in society and its price to become relatively stable in the mid-term but continue to slowly climb in the long term.

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Author: AnTy