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A panel of 50 Bitcoin and cryptocurrency experts has predicted the BTC price will continue to climb through 2021, hitting highs of around $80,000, before surging to $250,000 by 2025 and a staggering $5 million per Bitcoin by 2030.
The group, made up of crypto analysts, researchers and entrepreneurs, returned an average bitcoin price prediction of $80,021 in 2021 before ending the year at $71,415.
By the end of 2025 and 2030, panelists expect the bitcoin price to skyrocket to an average of $249,578 and $5.2 million per BTC respectively.
In other trending Bitcoin News today: Avalanche of Institutions To Descend on Crypto Markets Over Next 12 to 18 Months As Bitcoin Hits $150,000, Says SkyBridge Capital CEO!
“It’s likely to get to $150,000 over the next 12 months. I’m going to stick with my earlier price target that I shared with you on our SALT talk when you did my podcast. I think it’s a hundred thousand by year-end. I just think it’s that because there’s now a gateway opened… A gateway opened yesterday where an institution can now say ‘I can buy this.’
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