BITCOIN PRICE WILL GO FROM $20K TO $50K AND THEN $100K QUICKLY! | BTC Halving 2020 Prediction

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BTC Price $100K Real Quick

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Crypto analyst claims “If the Bitcoin price hit the gold market cap, BTC price will be worth $300,000.”

This bullish analyst shared on Crypto Twitter…

“People underestimate how quickly Bitcoin will go from $20k to $50k and then $100k. Most of the new people have never seen a full bull market. They have no idea how much Bitcoin will pump once it really gets going!”

“If Bitcoin ever hits the market cap of Gold, BTC will be worth $300k. If Bitcoin ever hits the market cap of the world’s narrow supply of money, BTC will be worth $2m. Buying under $10k is an absolute no brainer. Keep accumulating. Keep holding. This is only the start!”

$12 to $12K: The $100,000 BTC Halving 2020 Is Just 100 Days Away

Bitcoin (BTC) is just over three months away from having its supply cut in half – and major market commentators are unashamedly bullish on its impact.

In a tweet on Feb. 1, rating agency Weiss Ratings presented a summary of Bitcoin price performance over its two previous block reward halvings. 

“Here’s how Bitcoin halvings have impacted the market. So, does the Bitcoin halving help drive prices higher? Absolutely. The only question now is how high will BTC go this time around?”

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