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Question: How long until $1000 per 1 Bitcoin?
Within 1 year
Within 2-5 years
Within 6-10 years
Within 11-20 years
Within 21-30 years
Within 31-40 years
Within 41-50 years
Within 51-112 years
Not in our lifetime.
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December 18, 2015, 01:25:06 AM
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I voted Within 51-112 years.

Although I'm probably wrong. Perhaps it could be sooner. Just perhaps.

I think it can go sooner that much year it will go to 5000 dollars is we are lucky that bitcoin will grow.
I think in 2 years we will just reach 1000 dollars and perhaps it will just be stable around it.
If you said price will touch $1000, okay it's not big enough but you said we can touch $5000. Pretty sure it's too high. We will not touch $5000

Guaranteed to definitely touch $5000
Only question is when
Even if bitcoin becomes  a relic in the future 200 years from now
Many people would like to have one for sentimental reasons if it even reminded them if the past etc
You should see some of the worthless garbage that get traded in auctions for lots of money
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December 18, 2015, 02:00:44 AM
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Maybe Xmas gift?

I don't know when, but I would like to be by Xmas, of course
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August 05, 2016, 07:09:52 PM
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August 05, 2016, 07:12:57 PM
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Anyone can estimate a date of death or rise with extrapolation of data. The real answer for this question is somewhere between today and the end of the universe. So we have about 0.5 * 10^103 years on average. Better get some popcorn.
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August 06, 2016, 04:16:14 AM
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Anyone can estimate a date of death or rise with extrapolation of data. The real answer for this question is somewhere between today and the end of the universe. So we have about 0.5 * 10^103 years on average. Better get some popcorn.

i agree. all these extrapolations, analysis and colorful line drawing on the charts are good for getting a feel of what is happening but bitcoin never follows any of these type of speculation. the $1000 can be reached in 1 week or even never.

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August 06, 2016, 04:42:43 AM
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Yezzir, it sure could.  But a lot of people said that about 2016 and probably 2015 also.  I myself am hoping for a slow upward incline of price.  A sustainable price.  You knew in 2013 that it was rising far too fast to stay at that level for long.  At the time it did indeed look like it might hit $5000 or more.  Ah the good old days...

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