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By integrating direct Bitcoin payments, Twitter is paving the way for the BTC price to surpass $300,000.
Jack Dorsey’s social media platform Twitter has officially enabled third-party Bitcoin tipping services for iOS users, giving them the ability to seamlessly pay one another across the globe, nearly instantly.
If Bitcoin’s market capitalization consisted solely of the $700 billion global remittance industry, the $13.8 billion influencer marketing industry and the $5.44 trillion global digital payments market (a combined estimated value of $6.1538 trillion) through applications like Twitter’s tipping service, each Bitcoin in existence (18,824,860 at the time of this writing) would be worth approximately $326,897.
In other trending Bitcoin News today: Bitcoin could hit $100,000 as soon as next month?!
“There’s still a high probability that the U.S. is just going to follow Canada, maybe with a futures-based bitcoin ETF,” Bloomberg Intelligence senior commodity strategist Mike McGlone told Stansberry Research last week.
McGlone also doubled down on his $100,000 bitcoin price prediction, forecasting bitcoin will hit the psychological level by the end of 2021 but potentially as soon as October.
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