As we all remember, the 2018th year was far from the best in the history of Bitcoin as well as other cryptocurrencies. For the previous year, the first cryptocurrency slipped from $20,000 to $3,200. As of this writing, one BTC coin costs $3,940.
Perceptible revival in the cryptocurrency market has provoked another dose of optimistic statements from analysts. Let’s take a look at what professional traders and cryptocurrency market experts are saying about the immediate prospects for the Bitcoin rate.
A professional trader, and in the past, World Bank economist Leah Wald, claims that the rate of the main cryptocurrency will fall to a critical level of $1,500, and only after that, new growth can begin, up to $6,500. But the user with the nickname Filb Filb doubts her prediction and claims that BTC has already “found its bottom” and now only the growth up to $6,000 and higher is waiting for us.
Leah Wald is confident in her forecast, so she decided to make a bet with her opponent – in case her prediction turns out to be wrong, she will have to transfer 1 Bitcoin to the user Filb Filb.
I don't like those terms but I am willing to entertain your action @filbfilb. @LucidInvestment and I are willing to bet 1 BTC that price trades below $1,500 on Bitstamp before it trades above $6,500.https://t.co/OAClWq8NcK@ToneVays @Crypto_Core @Sawcruhteez @DougPolkPoker pic.twitter.com/OznWkMAg5K
— Leah Wald (@LeahWald) March 5, 2019
An analyst from Texas, who is known on Twitter under the nickname Cane IslandCrypto recently published his own vision of the BTC price behavior in the coming years. So, he believes that a long and confident uptrend is waiting for us:
- until the end of 2019, the BTC course will be $7,800;
- in 2021 – $28,627;
- in 2023 – $93,382;
- in 2026 – $471,532.
He is confident that the bear market is over and only growth is waiting for us in the coming years.
— Cane Island Crypto (@nsquaredcrypto) March 8, 2019
Canaccord Genuity CapitalMarkets
A group of leading analysts of Canadian financial institutions Canaccord Genuity CapitalMarkets has a similar opinion about the rate of the first cryptocurrency. They believe that in two years Bitcoin will return to its peak values and go higher.
To create the own Bitcoin price chart, analysts were guided by historical data for 6 years (from 2011 to 2017). After analyzing the behavior of BTC, they came to the conclusion that at the moment the price of the asset has already “found the bottom”. And in the near future, the BTC course should start its growth.
— MarketWatch (@MarketWatch) March 4, 2019
If we analyze this information, we can conclude that the mood of market participants is beginning to change for the better. So far, the Bitcoin rate shows growing, even though slow: in recent months it has grown from $3,200 to $3,940 and continues to ascend. The nearest psychological mark is at the level of $4,000 – $4,100.
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