Tag Archive: Speculation

  • Bitcoin Heading to $10,000? Survey Says... Bitcoin, Bitcoin Price, Markets and Prices, News, News teaser

    Bitcoin Heading to $10,000? Survey Says…

    A survey undertaken by CNBC suggests the majority of those surveyed believe Bitcoin is heading to and above $10,000.   Optimistic Bitcoin speculation is rife especially in recent weeks as the popular digital currency again spectacularly rose from what many believed to be an epic crash from nearly $5,000 to lows of $3000 before bouncing up towards $6,000. Michael Novogratz of Galaxy Investment Partners, speculated last week that it would reach new highs in the next six

    · October 20, 2017 · 12:00 pm
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    Bitcoin Gets Technology Theory Backing, Can Reach $100,000 by 2021

    “Moore’s Law” has been identified by a Harvard Scientist in Bitcoin, and as such the belief is that the digital currency can reach $100,000 by February 2021, according to this theorem. With Bitcoin reaching a big milestone in its scaling debate, an issue that has dogged the digital currency for some time, it is now once again breaking records with little slowing it down. Fear and speculation ran rampant leading up to the August 1

    · August 10, 2017 · 11:45 am
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    Poll: What Exactly is Driving the Bitcoin Price?

    BTCC China CEO Bobby Lee’s latest Twitter poll has cast light on the meteoric rise of Bitcoin price by over 1,000 times in just six years. ‘Global, Decentralized’ Nature Behind Bitcoin Success With a market capitalization of over $20 billion as of 2017, respondents see Bitcoin’s “global and decentralized” nature as the main factor behind its success. 52% of the 1,300 takers of the survey selected the option, with 32% considering the digital currency being a

    · March 6, 2017 · 4:00 am
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    Could Bitcoin’s Price Be in a Bubble?

    “It’s going to the mooooon!” pretty much sums up most popular analyses you’ll find about Bitcoin’s price. But do many consider that perhaps quite the opposite may be true? That due to the average person’s deep-seated discomfort with the trappings of cryptography, Bitcoin holders are actually making an incorrect bet — and are smack in the middle of a bubble? This lecture I gave at the University of New Mexico illustrates why if one or more

    · December 16, 2016 · 1:00 am