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Question: How much higher do you see bitcoin going before the "bubble" finally "bursts"?
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$17,000
$25,000
$40,000
$100,000
$1,000,000

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December 09, 2017, 02:02:50 AM
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I am shaking my head at those who voted $15,000 in this poll. Bitcoin has shot past that and is now at about $16,500. The momentum is just overwhelming. Assets don't just skyrocket and then crumble -- right as a technological revolution has just begun. I think this is way too early to call it a top.

I am among one of the respondents who was wrong -- so $25,000?

Its just nuts to think that BTC can go much higher when this is already the biggest commodity bubble of all-time.

I sense heavy Wall Street manipulation at work here.

Just when you think the going's about to get great, and you've convinced your parents to invest in some, that's when the W.S. shorters and manipulators will crush the price to achieve maximum gain.

This is no longer a free-floating entity. It is now directly tied to Wall Street, who know how to do one thing and one thing only: make money.

Moral of the story: be careful out there!

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December 09, 2017, 02:56:50 AM
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$18 – 50K.

I think $100k is plausible before the ensuing ~27 month decline by perhaps -2/3 of the price. We should at least reach $40k on this peak (although we might get a multi-month pause and correction after reaching $18k – $25k first).

I voted $50k since it is closest to $40k.

Near-term $25k is closest to my prediction for a first-peak but not the final peak before the ensuing crypto winter.

If you mean the eventually price of Bitcoin in 2026+, then greater than $1 million eventually.
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December 09, 2017, 06:48:30 AM
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Pick the option that is closest to your guess, "Price is Right" style. Me, personally, I'm guessing about $15k, but I have no idea what percentage of the final poll results that number will be.

Around $25-26k would be my guess.

Although, it could be possible that the current all time high is going to be the all time high for years to come. Nobody knows for sure though since right now the price has indeed gone down but not by that much at all.

I am shaking my head at those who voted $15,000 in this poll. Bitcoin has shot past that and is now at about $16,500. The momentum is just overwhelming. Assets don't just skyrocket and then crumble -- right as a technological revolution has just begun. I think this is way too early to call it a top.

I am among one of the respondents who was wrong -- so $25,000?

Its just nuts to think that BTC can go much higher when this is already the biggest commodity bubble of all-time.

I sense heavy Wall Street manipulation at work here.

Just when you think the going's about to get great, and you've convinced your parents to invest in some, that's when the W.S. shorters and manipulators will crush the price to achieve maximum gain.

This is no longer a free-floating entity. It is now directly tied to Wall Street, who know how to do one thing and one thing only: make money.

Moral of the story: be careful out there!

So true! The thing is BTC really sees no top at the moment and nobody can tell when this is going to actually blow up in pieces. IT could be $1 million before it bursts, it could be now. It's unpredictable in all fronts.

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December 15, 2017, 04:47:28 AM
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So I changed the poll a bit to reflect $17k as the minimum.... Its been having a hard time busting past this number for a week or so now, but at the same time it doesn't want to sink below $16k... Wall Street whales find it at a "buy price" at sub-$16k levels.

Having said that, I believe BTC is long overdue for a correction. If you look at the chart, any 'ol BTC chart, it looks like BTC is headed straight towards infinity. But as far as I know this has never actually happened in any market whatsoever. Maybe BTC will remain in the $16,000's while a lot of alts are losing their traditional, correlative tie with the price of BTC, and headed on crazy upwards trajectories as well.

TLDR: Correction has to come soon. BTC has defied the laws of finance physics for far too long already.

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December 15, 2017, 06:25:18 PM
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It goes to $22,500 by December 31, 2017 & $100,000 by December 31, 2018.

Also, there will be a major correction, somewhere around $40,000 - $45,000 (nearly 50%) , but it will rally to $100,000 after that.
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December 15, 2017, 06:32:52 PM
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He pole dosent have to option"will never stop" . Most of the people would have chosen that as there is no stopping in the prices of Cryotocurrencies. Also we cannot say when the prices will drop down really bad and eventually Bitcoin might even die. So it's better to cash out whenever you feel you have earned sufficient amount and you do not need anymore to actually live your life.

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December 15, 2017, 07:01:03 PM
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I am shaking my head at those who voted $15,000 in this poll. Bitcoin has shot past that and is now at about $16,500. The momentum is just overwhelming. Assets don't just skyrocket and then crumble -- right as a technological revolution has just begun. I think this is way too early to call it a top.

Why shake your head at them? Bitcoin is extremely difficult to price because of exactly what you've stated. A technological revolution may have just begun, but we can't even be sure that bitcoin is at the forefront of it if we go 1-2 years into the future. In this moment, yes, it is viable to believe that bitcoin will be the successor coin, but as you and I both know, there are strong amounts of volatility with the coin.

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December 18, 2017, 06:54:02 AM
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OK so $17k is out as an option... Next stop, $20k. If you believe that to be the case, just vote for the $25k one because I can't change the poll options. Woke up to see this article in my news feed; don't know how lucky or smart this guy is, but uh, it does encourage one to HODL.

https://www.cnbc.com/2017/12/17/bitcoin-price-ronnie-moas-sees-cryptocurrency-at-300000-400000.html


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April 11, 2018, 11:35:41 AM
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Interesting that the correct answer was... well, $25k.

I'm not sure it has the gusto to get much above $30k.

That's because the higher the price of bitcoin gets, the more expensive transaction fees get, and the less valuable it actually is as a currency.





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