CEO of cryptocurrency service Abra’m sure in the long run Bitcoin will overcome a mark in 50 thousand dollars. However, the bill Barged gave no time frame for his prediction. This writes NewsBTC.
Bitcoin will definitely grow. Ever
CEO Abra bill Barged joined the ranks of the optimists, who expect growth of the stock market. In a recent interview, the analyst mentioned that he expects to test the 50 000 USD on the chart of Bitcoin. However, he recognizes that too sharp appreciation of the crypt in December, it was a sign of a bubble in the industry.
Forecasts bill backed by the successful experience of launching its own cryptocurrency service that quickly became popular among investors. Abra offers to make a quick exchange between the Fiat and the crypt. And although it may not sound very impressive, now supports the marketplace for 25 coins and 50 Fiat currencies. The exchange between them is realized by smartcontract.
Recently in Abra has a new option that allows you to buy Bitcoin directly with Visa or MasterCard. The new system accepts payments from 50 to 20 000 dollars from anywhere in the world.
Recall, this is not the first time a well-known specialist in the field of cryptocurrency predicts growth of Bitcoin up to $ 50,000. In early July, the founder of BitMEX, Arthur Hayes saidthat the main digital asset may reach 50 thousand by the end of this year.
However, a week later, Hayes lowered the target of its forecast twice.
If something grows to $ 20,000 in one year it can fall up to $ 6,000. May ETF for the cryptocurrency or positive news from the SEC will be able to raise the exchange rate of Bitcoin to new heights.
Prediction Hayes seemed to many quite doubtful. Especially given the fact that other experts are less optimistic in the future of cryptocurrency. For example, an analyst at Fundstrat Global Advisors Tom Lee expects only 25 thousand dollars per Bitcoin by 2019.
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