Bitcoin Smashes Through $34k For Its Anniversary – New 2021 Predictions Arise

Bitcoin is celebrating today, and the king coin is bringing massive excitement in the crypto space.

At the moment of wiring, this article BTC is trading in the green, and the king coin is priced at $34,059.92.

The whole Twitter space is celebrating these days, and you can see a relevant post below.

Somoene said: “You are the true hero in #Bitcoin history. Your selflessness will be recited by countless people@aantonop”

Another commenter said: “Let’s hope that we will reach the separation of money and state before governments will ruin the lives of all of us!”

Someone else posted this: “I think this has grown beyond the wildest dreams of Satoshi, now even having the option to become the global reserve currency instead of USD.”

New predictions for 2021 arise

It’s been just revealed that macroeconomics guru and Bitcoin bull Raoul Pal is forecasting what the next 12 months have in store for the crypto sector.

In an interview with Nathaniel Whittemore, Pal Addressed the rise of DeFi and its effect on the market at large.

“I think the ICO thing, yes people feel a little bit sick and burned because everyone got wrapped up in that. The actual thing is that tokens aren’t going away. And it’s just a matter now of working through what are the real use cases for them. And I think that laid the ground for it,” he said.

He continued and said: “I think DeFi is going to have similar kinds of problems. There’s tons of these projects. I have seen a ton of them that just aren’t really DeFi. And there’s a bunch of people really working hard on getting it right. And a lot of people won’t get it right the first time, but the foundation is being laid.”

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