Bitcoin’s in ‘Bull Market Territory’, Prominent Trader Alex Krüger Argues

Prominent crypto analyst Alex Krüger has argued that bitcoin (BTC), the world’s most dominant cryptocurrency, is now in “bull market territory.” This, after BTC recently surpassed the $7,000 mark to reach a high of over $7,500. According to Krüger, key resistance levels to watch for the bitcoin price and other factors to consider.

Bitcoin Will Represent “5% Market Share Of Earth”

As the crypto ecosystem appears to be recovering from the extended bear market, which lasted throughout 2018, several prominent investors have made some bullish bitcoin price predictions.

Legendary billionaire venture capitalist, Tim Draper, recently predicted that Bitcoin will account for “5% market share of the earth” within the next four years. The founder of Draper Associates also believes bitcoin’s price will surge to $250,000 by 2022.

Meanwhile, Mark Yusko, the CEO of Morgan Creek Capital Management, has predicted that the bitcoin price could surge to $400,000. Yusko, whose comments came during an interview aired on, noted that the damaging Binance hack, resulting in a loss of over 7,000 bitcoins, may have “confirmed” Bitcoin’s “value thesis.” The prominent investor explained that people normally “don’t steal things that don’t have value.”


A $20,000 Bitcoin Price Prediction

As CryptoGlobe reported on May 11, the Canaccord Genuity Group, a Toronto-headquartered multinational, full-service investment bank focused on “growth companies,” has forecast a bitcoin price of $20,000 by 2021.

Analysts at Canaccord had conducted an extensive market analysis, which took into account bitcoin’s price movements over the course of two different four-year time periods, including 2011-2015 and 2015-2019. The firm’s analysis also took into consideration the halving of bitcoin miner rewards every four years, and how it may affect the cryptocurrency’s price.

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