Top investor predicts Bitcoin price of $ 250,000

Top investor predicts Bitcoin price of $ 250,000

Tim Draper (Screenshot: Web Summit)

Tim Draper (Screenshot: Web Summit)

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Tim Draper sticks to his Bitcoin forecast of $ 250,000

Venture capital investor Tim Draper reiterates his forecast that the price of Bitcoin (BTC) will reach $ 250,000 by 2022. At a panel discussion this week at the Web Summit conference, he said:

"We speak of five percent market share to reach $ 250,000. […] All we really need to do is make it possible to buy coffee from Starbucks, and suddenly the world opens up and then they say, I have this choice: […] Do I want a currency that I can take from country to country, or do I want a currency that binds me to a country or a geographical area and that I can not use anywhere else? "

Regarding fiat currencies, Draper said, "Why do we even trust currencies that are determined by one or the other strange political parties?"

According to Tim Draper, banks spend money "whenever they feel like it and for whatever reason they want it." The emergence of a "totally unpolitical", global and open currency would relinquish control of money from the banks to ordinary people.

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