Bitcoin To Surge By 500% This Year

There are some pretty optimistic predictions about the price of BTC these days despite the recent fall in prices. Check out the latest one below.

BTC price triggers

During a new interview on The Wolf of All Streets podcast, Keiser said that massive money printing and fresh signs of inflation will force companies to increasingly buy BTC this year.

He also said that corporations are taking part in this boosting BTC move and the buying spree will lead to a rise in the price of BTC by 500%.

“When corporate America really runs out of room to finagle and to escape the Bitcoin reality, they’ve got to make the move. I think it happens in 2021. My price target for 2021 is still $220,000 per Bitcoin. It’s an aggressive price target, but it’s based on the US dollar running into severe trouble.”

Michael Saylor boosts BTC

Keiser also addressed MicroStrategy’s initial $1 billion Bitcoin purchase, spearheaded by CEO Michael Saylor, as the tipping point for an era of corporate investment in Bitcoin, as the Daily Hodl online publication notes.

“He’s thrown down the gauntlet. And so now, every CFO and every CEO and every board member of every public company now has to take that on board.”

Keiser also highlights comments from the legendary institutional investor Paul Tudor Jones – he said that BTC is a digital form of gold that’s likely the fastest horse in the race in an era of inflation.

“Institutions realizing that inflation is in fact not transitory. It’s secular. It’s structural. It’s here for the long haul. And if you’re not protecting yourself, you’re going to be wiped out. And as Paul Tudor Jones said about Bitcoin, it’s the fastest horse in the race, when he’s comparing it to gold for example. So you get this wave – a tsunami of cash – comes back into Bitcoin.”

Stay tuned for more news. At the moment of writing this article, BTC is trading in the green and the king coin is priced at $36,124.93.

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