While bitcoin prices have been coasting along between $46k to $48k during the last three days a number of proponents are still bullish about the crypto asset’s long-term value. On Thursday, Kraken CEO Jesse Powell said that he thinks bitcoin could easily reach a million-dollar valuation per coin. “When you measure it in terms of dollars, you have to think it’s going to infinity,” Powell insists.
Bitcoin to Infinity and Beyond
During the last few weeks as bitcoin (BTC) prices saw a climactic rise above the $58k handle a number of crypto proponents and analysts think BTC could region six-digits in USD value. There have been a lot of calls suggesting BTC will reach $100k this year and even people who say it could hit $200 to $350k per unit.
After bitcoin touched an all-time high (ATH) on February 19, 2021, on Thursday the CEO of the cryptocurrency exchange Kraken told Bloomberg reporter Lynn Thomasson that he believes the leading asset could make it to $1 million someday.
In 2011, Kraken founder Jesse Powell visited the offices of the bitcoin exchange Mt Gox after the Japanese company’s 2011 security breach. Powell told Bloomberg that he started working on Kraken as a replacement for Mt Gox when he started the exchange ten years ago. Ten years from now, Powell thinks bitcoin could tap a $1 million per unit price tag.Not too many people call seven-digit BTC prices but Jesse Powell, Kraken’s CEO said; “We can only speculate, but when you measure it in …
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