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A widely-followed trader and crypto analyst believes Bitcoin will ascend to a new high of $100,000 sooner than most investors think.
The pseudonymous trader Kaleo tells his 77,000 Twitter followers that the correction across the BTC and crypto markets is likely over.
“Sale ends today. Buy more now…
Good morning and happy Monday. Bitcoin higher. Alts higher. Stonks higher. Bears trembling.”
With the correction out of the way, Kaleo says BTC is poised to begin a fresh rally that will catapult the leading cryptocurrency to gains of over 100% in the coming months.
“Bitcoin/BTC Send it to $100,000.”
According to the crypto trader, he used Bitcoin’s price action during the 2017 bull market and overlaid it on BTC’s current rally. Based on Kaleo’s chart, the leading cryptocurrency could hit $100,000 in April.
The crypto analyst is also looking at two altcoins that he believes have strong bullish potential.
The top token on Kaleo’s radar is decentralized exchange SushiSwap (SUSHI). Kaleo believes SUSHI is gearing up for a move above $30 as it follows Uniswap’s (UNI) footsteps.
The second coin on Kaleo’s list is blockchain gaming platform Enjin Coin (ENJ), which he says is a buy on dips as he expects it to soar in the coming days.
“Expecting a day or two of accumulation in the 70 to 80 cents range before making the move to $1.00+.”
The crypto strategist highlights that his rosy outlook on the ENJ is also rooted in its strong fundamentals.
“Another reason why I’m so bullish on ENJ is their involvement in the gaming NFT space, which is a market with huge growth potential going forward. Relative to other names in this space, ENJ has been relatively quiet so far.”
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Netflix ‘might’ be next Fortune 100 firm to buy Bitcoin – Tim Draper
Netflix may just be the next Fortune 100 company to buy Bitcoin (BTC) and Amazon will have to accept it, says billionaire Tim Draper.
In an appearance on the Unstoppable Podcast on Feb. 28, the serial investor and hodler forecast that out of all possible candidates, Netflix is his pick for putting BTC on its balance sheet.
“You know who it might be? Netflix,” he said.
“I think Reed Hastings is a very innovative guy and has a lot of creative thinking and I think he still controls the reins at Netflix and so I think that might be the next big one to fall.”
The prediction comes as telltale signs of institutional buy-ins continue to surface at current prices, with $48,000 seeing multiple large transactions at Coinbase Pro over the past week. Classic buyers MicroStrategy and Square both added to their positions.
Ever the optimist, Draper also considered that Amazon would add a direct Bitcoin payment option in future.
“Amazon will probably start accepting Bitcoin pretty soon,” he said, noting that consumers have been able to buy products indirectly using cryptocurrency for many years.
Amazon added Ethereum availability to its Managed Blockchain this week.
Bitcoin itself meanwhile saw a change in fortunes on Wednesday, exiting the $40,000 corridor to hit highs of $52,593 — the most since Feb. 25.
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