Who's buying Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin etc.... until the "big" event?

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They are all coming here, to Florida, from your 'neck of the woods', what is taking you so long ..... we have the busty strippers ready for you!
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A majority of JPMorgan's clients see bitcoin at around $60,000 by year-end, with just 5% expecting the cryptocurrency to hit $100,000

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JPMorgan in November 2021 said bitcoin could surge to $146,000 in the long run if its volatility subsides and institutions start preferring it to gold in their portfolios. That's roughly 256% above the coin's current level. A price of $73,000, the bank said, looks reasonable for 2022.

Bitcoin's volatility is currently around four to five times higher than gold, the bank said. That would have to fall dramatically before institutional investors plow in

Despite this, there is a new member joining the $100,000 bandwagon this year. Goldman Sachs said bitcoin could rocket to that level but only if it continues to take market share from gold.
 

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All of the numbers being thrown around are just speculation. The intrinsic value of Bitcoin is still zero. I'll throw out my speculation, Bitcoin will have a value of $25k before it sees $100k.
um..... cuz every other investment in your mind is science right?

I consider bitcoin to be more of a bet than a speculation. lol

As such, I challenge your speculation and will BET you $100 that you are wrong.

Put your money where your mouth is.
 

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Things are getting cold in crypto-land. Bitcoin is down dramatically from its November peak of close to $69,000, falling to a six-month low below $38,000 Friday. Trading volumes have slumped.
Some investors are concerned that the market is going into a "crypto winter" — a period when prices fall sharply and fail to recover for more than a year — as the Federal Reserve abruptly tightens monetary policy.
But it could be worse than that. Crypto could in fact be heading for an "ice age," where prices stay low for years and many investors lose interest,
Forget a bitcoin winter — a crypto 'ice age' might be coming as the Fed ends the easy-money era (msn.com)
 

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anybody in for that 25k bet above...theres still time! :biggrin:
 
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