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Bitcoin Price Targets Next Key Resistance Level – Is 5 Figures in Play?

The weekend has been extremely bullish for bitcoin price, which has surged to a new 2019 and thirteen month high. Those gains have held into Monday morning in Asia and analysts are now scouring the charts looking for the next move for BTC.


Bitcoin Price Painting a Bullish Picture

Bitcoin has held on to most of its weekend gains and remains over $9k during the morning’s Asian trading session. Yesterday’s surge of 8% from $8,600 to top $9,300 has lifted the king of digital assets to new highs not seen since early May 2018.

Over the past 24 hours, BTC has retested $9,300 twice before a minor pullback to $8,830. It has currently recovered back to 00 and looks set to retest resistance again.

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BTC price 1hr candles – Tradingview.com

As usual, traders and analysts have been scouring the charts looking for the next levels of support and resistance. It appears that a previous high from May last year and a crucial Fibonacci level will come into play as the next major resistance level to be overcome before bitcoin can consider five figures. Trader Josh Rager has been looking at the charts.

$BTC Strong Weekly Close. Bitcoin has been extremely bullish & foresee a test of the major resistance between $9500 to $9600, the 0.382 fib (is a typical “take profit” area is at $9532). But last time everyone expected a major pullback in the $6ks it busted right through to $7k+

Max Keiser also doubled down, maintaining his ambitious price target saying that there is ‘hardly any bitcoin for sale at all” before here and $28,000.

Will the Uptrend Continue?

A big profit taking session from day traders is likely to send BTC correcting back to the high $8,000s. However, as pointed out above, many also expected a massive correction back to $6k which has yet to materialize. Looking at next moves for BTC, analyst ‘Big Chonis’ added.

one more step up the mountain as #bitcoin hits right at the 38.2% fib resistance making it the next target for the bulls to close over and also makes maintaining the 23.6 fib support that much more important for overall continuation…

The 23.6% Fib level for the big picture currently sits just below $7k so a correction back to this will be a huge move. At the moment the sentiment is bullish despite last week’s new from Binance that US customers will be forced to migrate to the soon-to-be-launched ‘Binance America’ for regulatory reasons.

A new high for the year could be imminent as the often expected ‘Red Monday’ following a strong weekend has yet to materialize. Most crypto assets are still in the green today and total market capitalization is at $284 billion, which is also around the highest it has been this year.

Will bitcoin hit five figures this week? Add your thoughts below.


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Bitcoin Bulls Are Running Again – Is $9,000 The Weekend Target?

After over a week of consolidation, bitcoin price has started to move again as we enter the weekend. Many had anticipated a selloff and larger correction, which still may come, but at the moment the bulls are back in play as BTC breaks resistance.


BTC/USD Breaks Resistance

From an intraday low of around $8,200, bitcoin price shifted gear and broke this resistance level to push to a high of $8,730 a few hours ago during early Asian trading. The 6% gain has had the usual effect of lifting most of the altcoins with it. Bitcoin volume has also increased to its highest level for over a week which is back above $20 billion.

At the time of writing, BTC 00 had retraced slightly but was still trading at a two week high of $8,650.

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BTC prices 1-hour candles – Tradingview.com

Bitcoin Correction Fears Fading

Now that the expectations of a massive correction have started to dissipate, and the head and shoulders formation has broken down, traders and analysts are turning to the charts to map out bitcoin’s next move.

Analyst Josh Rager has shared two possible scenarios revolving around a resistance level at $8,566.

Battle at the $8566 resistance. Two possible scenarios:
1. Close above this level and continue up to $8750+
2. Close below level, retest $8k area followed by push back up to $8750+
The next couple hours will be key for 4hr and daily close.

It turns out that the first scenario was the correct one as the daily candle closed at $8,700. BTC is currently sitting at the next resistance level so a move above this could take it back to $9k once again. The opposite would be a pullback to the $8,400 zone in the short term.

Trader ‘CryptoFibonacci’ has been looking at the futures charts which also confirms that the head and shoulders are now null.

So, the “possible” Head and Shoulders pattern is null and void IMO. The futures closed right close to the 61.8 retrace. Another gap is possible, but the Squeeze indicator is still not giving any signal at all.

The move has taken bitcoin dominance back over 56% and lifted total crypto market capitalization by over $10 billion in the last 24 hours.

Total market cap is now around $272 billion, its highest level since June 3. The rest of the pack appears to be slowly following their leader but gains are a lot smaller as bitcoin is clearly in the driving seat this Saturday morning.

Will bitcoin hit $9k this weekend? Add your thoughts below!


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‘Ultra-Bull Case’ for Bitcoin Driven By Central Banks – Anthony Pompliano

Anthony ‘Pomp’ Pompliano of Morgan Creek Digital believes Bitcoin is about to experience an epoch-defining next 18 months.


‘A Perfect Storm for Bitcoin’

Speaking to Bloxlive TV earlier in June, Pompliano said the next 18 months will be crucial for Bitcoin. The Morgan Creek Digital co-founder believes the plethora of developments with potentially global economic impacts will contribute to upscaling Bitcoin’s role in the global financial system.

Pomp drew a line linking trade tensions between the U.S. and China, dovish central bank policies and the 2020 Bitcoin halving as important drivers that will have a positive impact on BTC price.

According to Pompliano:

Over the next 12 to 18 months, we are going get a perfect storm for bitcoin. There are a number of events that are going to happen at the same time. Central banks will be forced into some interest rate cuts, maybe some QE. These events [will] ultimately drive Bitcoin into an ultra-bull case.

Already, several market analysts warn that the current global economic trajectory is one tending towards another financial crisis. Bitcoin appears to be in prime position to ride this tumultuous economic wave, offering, as Bitcoinist called it in an op-ed late last year, “a non-political alternative to the money printing pyramid.”

Era Defining Moment for BTC

Monetary policymakers around the world from the Federal Reserve in the U.S. to the Bank of Japan (BOJ), and the European Central Bank (ECB) are all adopting dovish policies.

There are reports of adopting rate cuts or even zero-interest-rate policy (ZIRP), not to mention the seemingly permanent quantitative easing used to paper over the cracks of a deteriorating market.

Bitcoin emerged after the 2008 financial crisis and the next year-and-a-half could potentially form its defining crucible. This ‘digital gold’ is already providing a suitable shelter for investors against the coming financial storm. Ironically, it is the banks themselves that could further solidify its status as the prime driver in the separation of money and state.

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If the separation of church and state opened the way for religious and political freedom, Bitcoin proponents argue that a politically-neutral, opt-in monetary system could do the same for economic freedom. In other words, it can do to money what the internet did for information.

Bitcoin in many ways has the ability to ‘scale trust’ in society by completely removing it from the equation. This will be particularly important when it comes to transferring and storing value compared to the ‘full faith and credit’ fiat money that has been holding the global financial system hostage.

Bitcoin will hopefully be a fully realized store of value when, not if, the credit bubble inevitably bursts.

What is your bitcoin price prediction for the year ending 2020? Let us know in the comments below.


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Bitcoin Resistance Turns Support at $8,000 as H&S Pattern Forming

Following the close of a big red candle on the weekly chart, many expected the pullback to accelerate and Bitcoin price to fall even further today. Such is the nature of crypto markets that BTC did the opposite and moved back up above $8,000 once again.


As has been typical of Bitcoin price chart patterns, the ‘Bart Simpson’ styled spikes have been quite frequent lately. Another one of these occurred during late US trading sending BTC surging from $7,630 to top out at $8,090 in just two hours according to Tradingview.com.

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BTC price, 1 hour candles, Tradingview.com

The six percent surge has wiped out all losses over the past three days and returned Bitcoin to the $8,000 level, which has become resistance turned support once again. During Asian trading, this morning Bitcoin remained just below $8k where it has been rangebound within this channel for the past week.

Bitcoin Resistance Turns Into Support

Trader and market analyst Josh Rager has been looking at the charts noting the next possible places that Bitcoin can go to in the short term.

Support that flipped to resistance, flipped back to support. Still in a channel and need to break above $8200 – closing there would likely lead up to $8700+. $7900 to $8000 has been the most accumulated price range since May 13.

The most likely scenario for the next day or so is more consolidation here. Self-styled ‘chart psychologist,’ ‘Chonis Trading’ has identified a pennant, the end of which could spell the next move.

Fellow trader ‘The Crypto Dog’ confirmed that nothing really has changed for Bitcoin momentum in a recent tweet.

So far, so nothing. As exciting as today was, bulls haven’t managed to secure a breach past a significant resistance. We’re still much in the same boat as yesterday, more waiting…

There is also a lot of talk about the clear head and shoulders pattern that is forming but has yet to fully complete. These are typically indicative of a trend reversal and could signal a break to the low side and the start of the deeper correction that many are also predicting.

Bearish Candles Can’t Be Ignored

Other confirmation signals would include the bearish candles on the weekly chart that Bitcoinist reported on yesterday. Many are still secretly hoping that the 30% plus correction does finally materialize as it will no doubt provide a huge buying zone for Bitcoin.

Nearly all of the traders and analysts on crypto twitter have at one stage or another said that they would be loading up if BTC ever got close to $6k again. When this happens it will catalyze the next big move upwards keeping the current bull run intact.

Will you be buying Bitcoin if it drops back to $6k? Add your thoughts below.


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Will Bitcoin Price Finally Reach $10,000 This Week?

Bitcoin price saw a 3% move to $8,833 is bringing the digital asset closer to a retest of the weekly high. Will it happen before this new week starts?


 Bitcoin Price Must Overcome This Key Hurdle for $10K

Sentiment wise, bitcoin’s path to $10,000 remains strong and each week a number of positive media reports appear to be re-enforcing the bullish consensus for the top digital asset.

The growing premium on Grayscale Bitcoin Investment Trust (GBTC) and impressive data from CME Bitcoin futures show that there is a continuous rise in institutional demand for Bitcoin. In an email to clients, CME Group explained that:

“May is shaping up to be the strongest month ever for CME Bitcoin Futures.” And the exchange commented that “The number of unique accounts continues to grow, showing that the marketplace is increasingly using BTC futures to hedge Bitcoin risk and/or access exposure.”

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Over the weekend Bitcoin consolidated in the $8,450 – $8,600 range for the majority of Saturday, then on Sunday the digital asset popped above the $8,530 support for a 3% move toward the $8,840 resistance before pulling back to $8,650.

The short profit taking was nothing like the 12% rejection at $9,081 that occurred last week and traders can take comfort in knowing that BTC remains in an uptrend. But it should be noted that the daily chart shows the digital asset trading within a rising wedge, which can be interpreted as a bearish signal.

Popular crypto-analyst Josh Rager tweeted that Bitcoin’s move above $8,530 and $8,731 shows the uptrend remains intact and Rager forecast that if BTC moves above $8,846 then a move to the “mid $9k’s” is on the cards.

A number of analysts are now suggesting that $8,200 represents a crucial support level and a dip below this point could see bitcoin revisit $7,000.

Recently Alex Kruger also shared his analysis of key support and resistance levels for BTC/USD 00 and similar to other forecasts, bitcoin has few immediate resistance points above $10,000.

Looking Forward

Over the short-term, Bitcoin appears to have shifted to a new range of $8,600 – $8,800 and it could spend the remainder of Sunday consolidating within this zone.

The 4-hour MACD remains bullish and the RSI has turned down from 60 and currently at 53. Traders should keep an eye on the hourly RSI is oversold bounces near 42.5 have proven to be quite reliable.

Do you think Bitcoin price will reach $10k this week? Share your thoughts in the comments below! 


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Wall Street Bitcoin FOMO: Grayscale Gobbling Up 21% of Newly Mined BTC

Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) is now buying up about 21 percent of newly mined BTC monthly suggesting increasing demand from Wall Street.


Insatiable Wall Street Appetite for Bitcoin

According to a Wednesday (May 29, 2019) tweet from Bitcoin analyst Rhythm, Grayscale bought more than 11,000 BTC in April 2019. With 54,000 BTC being mined per month, the largest cryptocurrency asset manager is buying up about 21 percent of the Bitcoin monthly supply.

This proportion represents a significant uptick in institutional BTC accumulation especially given the current price surge. It appears institutional interest is playing a leading role in the 2019 BTC price gain whereas the late 2017 bull market was most likely due to retail FOMO.

If Grayscale continues buying up BTC at the current rate every month then it could own 42 percent of the Bitcoin monthly supply post-2020 halving.

As reported by Bitcoinist on Wednesday, the GBTC premium now stands at about 37 percent of the retail spot market. Each share is currently worth 0.00098247 BTC which corresponds to about $11,600 for a whole Bitcoin.

With GBTC being eligible for some investment retirement accounts (IRA), the 37 percent premium might not constitute a significant bother for Wall Street and institutional buyers.

This insatiable institutional appetite seems to be mostly focused on Bitcoin. On Tuesday, Grayscale published an update showing that its BTC Trust was about 94 percent of its $2.1 billion asset under management (AUM).

Tuesday’s update also meant that its AUM had doubled in less than two months. Back in April, Grayscale announced that its AUM had crossed $1 billion for the first time since late 2018. Grayscale’s highest ever AUM was north of $3 billion during the bull market of late 2017.

Whales Accumulating BTC

In a related development, research published by cryptocurrency newsletter Diar shows that whale wallets were quietly accumulating BTC during the 2018 bear market.

Whale Wallets Accumulating Bitcoin During 2018 Bear Market

This conclusion comes from the increase in “Firm Size” Bitcoin address – wallets holding between 1k BTC and 10k BTC during the bear market period. According to the research, whales now hold $6 billion in BTC more than they did in August 2018 – corresponding to about 26 percent of the total Bitcoin circulating supply.

Earlier in May, Bitcoinist reported that the BTC “one percenters” were increasing their holdings with massive inflows and only a trickle of outgoing transactions. At the time, Bitcoinist even surmised that such outflows might even be attempts at breaking up their Bitcoin bags.

Will the increased institutional Bitcoin acquisition push the price to a new ATH in 2019? Let us know in the comments below.


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Bitcoin Outperforming the Stock Market By a Whopping 10 Times in 2019

Getting towards the end of the first half of 2019 and Bitcoin has outpaced the stock market by almost 10 times.


2019 Scorecard: Bitcoin 111%; Stock Market 12%

Tweeting on Friday, Morgan Creek Digital CEO Anthony Pompliano noted that Bitcoin price 00 is up by about 111 percent in 2019. Meanwhile, by comparison, stocks have risen only 12 percent within the same period.

Between April and May alone, BTC has added $2,000 to its market price. Such is the extent of Bitcoin’s 2019 run that as eToro’s Mati Greenspan puts it:

At this point, a $200 move in the price of Bitcoin could easily lead to a move of $2,000.

Speaking recently to CNBC, billionaire venture capitalist Tim Draper pointed out the emergence of investor fatigue for some of the companies like Uber that have newly gone public.

According to Draper, established brands going public aren’t going to experience massive price growths. Instead, Draper expects stock value increases between 10 and 20 percent.

Bitcoin bulls, however, don’t envisage any price fatigue for the top-ranked cryptocurrency by market capitalization. BTC has so far remained in close proximity to the $8,000 mark in May despite a few downward retracements.

BTC is a Great Diversifier

In an interview with CNBC on Wednesday (May 22, 2019), Mark Yusko, the Managing Director of Morgan Creek Capital Management described BTC as a great investment portfolio diversifier.

As previously reported by Bitcoinist on several occasions many commentators have said that BTC ought to constitute at least one percent of every investment portfolio.

Yusko also espoused sentiments similar to Pompliano’s saying Bitcoin is a better investment bet than stocks. Back in early 2019, Yusko highlighted Bitcoin’s potential, calling it the greatest wealth opportunity of our time.

Stock Market Decline Imminent

Bitcoin’s stock as a great investment portfolio diversifier might come into even more significant prominence on the back of an imminent market decline.

According to Yusko, the Federal Reserve saying they are closer to slashing interest rates indicates the emergence of economic weakness.

Central banks across the world from Japan to Australia and even the European Central Bank (ECB) are also reportedly on course to adopt similar dovish monetary policies.

The historical precedence shows that rate cuts tend to lead to market weakness as seen in 2001 or even full-blown meltdowns like in 2008.

For people like Travis Kling of Ikigai Asset Management and Max Keiser, BTC represents a hedge against the fallback from such “irresponsible” central bank policies.

By how much do you predict that Bitcoin will outperform the stock market at the end of 2019? Let us know in the comments below.


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University Students Choose One Dollar Over One Bitcoin

YouTube channel, Capital Creators, performed an experiment offering students the choice of one dollar or one bitcoin. The overwhelming majority chose the dollar.


So this is the part where I mercilessly mock the US education system and berate US students for being so dumb, right? Well actually, no. It would seem far more productive to address why the students valued the dollar more, and help them to make the right choice next time.

Reasons One Might Choose $1 Over 00

Well, actually around $5400 when the video was shot, but you get the idea. Why did the majority of CU Boulder students want a dollar rather than a bitcoin?

One of the most common answers given was that the dollar was there and physical, and the respondent knew the value of it. So did the students think the value of a bitcoin was less than a dollar? Surely the majority must have been aware of bitcoin when it hit $20,000 and mainstream media? Did they really think it had dropped to nothing?

In reality, those asked simply didn’t understand or know enough about Bitcoin to assign it a value. The mainstream media’s generally negative or non-existent coverage meant that Bitcoin just wasn’t on their radar anymore.

Bitcoin Is Risky, But A Dollar Gets Me A Snack

One respondent vaguely knew that bitcoin is password-protected, and forgetting the password would mean losing her bitcoin. However, she reasoned that she wasn’t going to lose a dollar… because of course, nobody’s ever lost a dollar.

Many people reasoned that a dollar could get them immediate gratification in the form of a snack from the vending machine. This point is hard to argue… except of course a bitcoin is worth eight thousand of these dollars!

But aside from this, it does suggest that the micro-payments use-case is an important one when it comes to mainstream adoption. The sooner we can all pay for carbonated sugary beverages and snacks with a user-friendly and stable implementation of Lightning Network payments, the better.

And The Ones Who Chose The Bitcoin

One guy who chose the bitcoin explained that it was because he “followed bitcoin.” However, he had no way of receiving it because “he’d have to set up the app,” and was of the belief that “no-one ever trades it.” So even someone who ‘follows’ bitcoin, one would imagine through specialist media like Bitcoinist, didn’t have a wallet on his phone.

Another guy was aware that the price was going back up, and chose the Bitcoin. He had previously invested when BTC was going up, made $1,000 in a week and then lost it all. But he also had no way to accept bitcoin.

Of course, there may have been others who were more clued up but didn’t make the final edit of the video.

A Different Kind Of Bitcoin Bubble

As Bitcoiners, it’s sometimes easy to forget that outside of our little crypto-bubble is a whole world of no-coiners. If we want Bitcoin to reach mass adoption then we should consider it our duty to spread the word.

Whilst none of the participants in this experiment were ever actually going to get a bitcoin, the host did bring them up to speed. After hearing more about bitcoin’s value, utility, and how it works, the majority changed their choice.

The host also got them to download a wallet app and transferred them a token amount of bitcoin. This is exactly how I was introduced to bitcoin several years ago when our esteemed editor met me at a networking event. 20 minutes later I was the proud owner of $1 worth of bitcoin (worth over 30 dollars today!).

So I encourage you now to do exactly this. Offer everyone you know one dollar (few will refuse it), then help them to install a wallet and send it to them. Explain that they can just keep checking it to see its value, or they can add to and/or use it.

Oh, and tell them that if you’d given it to them six months ago it would be worth over two dollars by now.

What do you think of the students’ responses? Share your thoughts below!


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Weiss Ratings: Bitcoin Correction The Best Buying Opportunity Since 2015

Weiss Ratings believes that bitcoin price surging to $8,373 will open the doors to a once in a lifetime purchasing opportunity.


Weiss Says Buy the Dip

On Thursday Weiss Ratings tweeted that Bitcoin’s current technical setup presents the best purchasing opportunity for investors since 2015.

The independent rating agency based their assessment on analysis from their chief crypto analyst Juan Villaverde.

The analyst explained that Bitcoin’s recent surge to a 2019 high at $8,373 has primed the market for an impending correction that will represent the greatest purchasing opportunity since 2015.

According to Villaverde, similar price action occurred in 2012 and 2015 and the cryptoanalyst explained that:

In January 2012, for instance, after Bitcoin has rallied to $7 per token from its bottom of $2 just months earlier, Bitcoin suffered a 45% correction down to about $4. But that was a launching pad for a bull run that would take Bitcoin into four-digit territory for the first time in its history, hitting a high of almost $1,200 by December 2013.

Villaverde then pointed to an identical occurrence in 2015 when Bitcoin price notched $500 in November only to be followed by a sharp 40% sell-off to $300 a week later.

Will Bitcoin Pull Off a ‘Three-Peat’?

Naturally, investors will be concerned about whether history will repeat itself and the phrase “past performance is not indicative of future results” comes to mind.

Villaverde addresses this valid concern by pointing out that that Bitcoin’s fundamentals have improved significantly over the past year and the fact that Bitcoin usage is near all-time highs, with daily transaction volumes nearly reaching levels not seen since late 2017 is encouraging.

According to him, Bitcoin’s 24-hour transaction volume recently reached a 2019 high of 450,000 and the previous all-time high occurred on December 13, 2017, just a few days before prices reached $20,000.

Weiss also pointed out that Bitcoin network fees remain at their lowest levels since August 2017 despite the consistent increase in transaction volume. Villaverde explained that there is a negative correlation between usage and fees and this is proof that upgrades like SegWit and the Lightning Network were paramount in making this possible.

Overall Villaverde encouraged investors to focus on the positives and reiterated that: the recent major rally confirmed the beginning of a bull market, Bitcoin’s fundamentals have improved the point of supporting increasing price and he cautioned investors to be attentive of an impending sharp correction, which could provide a fantastic purchasing opportunity.

Do you agree with Weiss Ratings advice to buy the next Bitcoin dip? Share your thoughts in the comments below! 


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10 Fintech Leaders Predict Bitcoin to End 2019 Above $9,500

Ten prominent fintech experts shared their bitcoin price predictions and all agreed that BTC would close 2019 above $9,500, according to Finder.com.


Experts Expect a Bull Market

The US-based comparison website surveyed 10 fintech leaders on their thoughts and projections on 13 cryptocurrencies (including the top-10 by market capitalization) and the participants included executives from BitBull Capital, Arca, and Blocktoken.

The participants were most optimistic about EOS, Binance Coin and Tron as each was forecast to gain 727%, 459%, and 449%, respectively.

When asked whether the current climate is ideal for the average person to invest in cryptocurrency, 5 out of 10 executives agreed that now is a good time to allocate a small portion of portfolio funds to digital assets. 4 survey participants also said that they believe Bitcoin will surpass its $20,000 all-time high during the next bull-run.

50% of the participants believe that the next uptrend will end just like the one in 2017. But while the majority of the participants expected Bitcoin to eventually cool off from its recent parabolic run, the general consensus was Bitcoin would exceed $9,659 by the end of 2019.

Analyst and participant Joe Raczynski said that:

We are entering a new period with Bitcoin. Many of the institutional players have said they are done with this experiment (publicly), which may be the case [but] I think privately, some other hedge funds and other institutions will continue to invest during this lower period.

Altcoins to Outperform Bitcoin in 2019

Surprisingly, Blockchain Capital partner Jimmy Song expects Bitcoin to close 2019 at $5,901 and Song explained that there seems to be some daylight between Bitcoin and other cryptos.

Bitcoin will start being seen as a different asset than all the others,” he said.

Meanwhile, Bitbull Capital’s Sarah Bergstrand said that she expects bitcoin price to “bounce between $3,000 and $5,000 for the next few months.”

The survey results also show that the majority of participants think Cardano (ADA) will wrap up 2019 at $0.14 and the group was fairly optimistic about EOS.

Brenden Markey-Towler from RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub predicting that

….as EOS transitions with NEO and Ethereum to next-generation consensus algorithms, I suspect their scope as an institutional technology will increase, and their value with it.

Stellar Lumens (XRP) is expected to reach $0.18 by year-end and the group optimistically forecasts that TRON and XRP will close the year at $0.15 and $0.44.

Finder has held its Bitcoin Predictions Panel since January 2018 and interested investors can find the details of each monthly survey here.

Do you agree with these bitcoin price predictions? Share your thoughts in the comments below! 


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