WILLY WOO PREDICTS BITCOIN BETWEEN $300K-$400K BY DECEMBER, MAYBE HIGHER BASED ON HIS TOP-CAP MODEL!

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Popular on-chain analyst Willy Woo thinks this Bitcoin bull run is far from over. Woo tells SALT Talks that investors who simply buy and hold are “coming in very strong” in the current BTC market and are acting as a driving force of the current bull run.

“So ball-parking, December, [based on] that top-cap model of mine: It could be anywhere in the $300,000 to $400,000 range, it might even go higher. But we need to see how it performs over the next six months.” 

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