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November 06, 2013, 02:08:46 AM
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wow i just realized this was made two years ago im sorry. LOL it wasnt a recent post.
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November 06, 2013, 04:45:57 AM
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Lightning never strikes twice, right? Grin

OK, so Max Keiser set "tree fiddy" as a short-term "interim target" and recently tweeted a prediction of $2 per mBTC by the end of 2014.

I was thinking at least 40c per mBTC ($400/BTC) by the middle of 2014, but given "Plunder Woman"'s nomination as the new chairperson of the Fraudulent Reserve, and her likely desire to run the printing press even hotter than did Helicopter Ben, I'll say 60c per mBTC by June/July 2014, weighted across the major exchanges.

Don't put too much faith into my prognoses though. Grin


Thanks for the tip. Smiley

I think $600/BTC is a little bullish, but Bitcoin has impressed even the most conservative analyst.

It's not unlikely that widespread adoption will be happening sometime in 2014, creating pressure on the price to go above $500/BTC.
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