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In a somewhat surprising turn of events, the full-time Bitcoin troll Peter Schiff acknowledged that the BTC price could have another impressive leg up by reaching $100,000 or even $1 million per BTC.
“Clearly, I wish I had bought bitcoin when I first heard about it – that was a keen mistake. Could have I put $100,000 in it – yeah, I could have. I mean, I put $100,000 in other things that turned out poorly.
I could have been one of the Bitcoin billionaires now, as obviously I knew about it early on. If I could go back in time, that’s one of the things I would do.”
Furthermore, Schiff also spoke about BTC’s potential price increases. He admitted that it’s entirely possible that it could go as high as $100,000 or even $1,000,000 per coin.
In other breaking Crypto news today: Wells Fargo files for Bitcoin fund!
Wells Fargo, one of the oldest banks in the United States, has registered a new pooled investment fund that offers its wealthy clients indirect exposure to BTC issued in partnership with NYDIG and FS Investments.
NYDIG has also partnered with JPMorgan Chase on a new Bitcoin fund this summer — just one of the megabank’s six crypto funds, through which it has been offering crypto exposure to various clients.
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