The CEO of Bitmex is making the Bitcoin news today with a statement in which he predicts that Bitcoin (BTC) will get back to the $10,000 price point this current year. According to Arthur Hayes who is the leading face at BitMEX, BTC could be bullish once again.
Hayes shared his predictions in a newsletter that was published on March 22, stating that the market could recover in the early Q4 of 2019. As he revealed:
“The 2019 chop will be intense, but the markets will claw back to $10,000. That is a very significant psychological barrier. […] $20,000 is the ultimate recovery. However, it took 11 months from $1,000 to $10,000, but less than one month from $10,000 to $20,000 back to $10,000.”
He also talked about the atomic swaps and distributed exchanges, the tracking of ICO tokens, the anatomy of the next global financial crisis and many other topics.
In the report named “The Road To $10k” Hayes said:
“All is not lost; nothing goes up or down in a straight line. 2019 will be boring, but green shoots will appear towards year end. The mighty central bank printing presses paused for a while, but economic sophists could not resist the siren call of free money. They are busy inventing the academic crutches (here’s looking at your MMT), to justify the next global money printing orgy.”
While pointing to the last quarter of this year as the crucial for BTC, Hayes concluded:
“Green shoots will begin to appear in early Q4. Free money and collective amnesia are powerful drugs. Also after two years of wage cucking, punters should have a few sheckles to rub together.”
Earlier in March, BitMEX revealed that its own Ethereum Parity full note contained a “potential bug” and reported that the same node “sometimes reports that it is in sync, despite being several hundred thousand blocks behind the chain tip.” The authors claimed that this bug could be exploited by an attacker in some cases, but that is “highly unlikely to happen.”
In another analysis, BitMEX revealed that the 2018 crypto bear market accounted for 54% of the losses as well as $1.5 billion worth of transfers to external addresses and other factors that have brought projects’ holdings down even further.
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