Bitcoin (BTC) could trade in an eye-watering $450,000 by the end of 2021, while $135,000 are the"worst case situation."
That's based on analyst PlanB, who on June 20 introduced his newest sentiment-busting bullish BTC price prognosis.
Bitcoin to match all-time large in October
Well known as the inventor of the stock-to-flow Bitcoin cost forecasting models, PlanB has repeatedly bucked the overall market mood in recent weeks and weeks.
Even as BTC/USD sees multiple retests of lows from weeks past, the analyst -- along with his versions -- remain firmly fixed on a much brighter mid-term target for its most significant cryptocurrency.
A slight change in September puts the minimal target at $43,000 for that month, only to be followed closely by $63,000 in October -- near current all-time highs.
Things then heating, with $98,000 on the cards in November along with a giant $135,000 by the end of the year.
Therefore, Bitcoin is still four months out of re-matching its all-time high -- a forecast that still beats some bearish models now circulating from dealers.
These include Josh Rager, who this week claimed that $64,500 may well have been this cost cycle's top -- something PlanB has specifically renounced on multiple occasions.
"Wait till you noticed my base case and best case scenarios! OK, a hint: best case Dec $450K," he added in remarks about what Bitcoin could be capable of in 2021.
As Cointelegraph reported, meanwhile, the weekend is visiting debatable moves by Bitcoin.
Sunday's reduced stood at $33,337 on Bitstamp in the time of writing, with BTC/USD dropping 5% over the day and Placing most of the preceding week's profits.
Calls for a further leg down are growing from various sources, with Robert Kiyosaki, author of"Rich Dad Poor Dad," being the hottest high-profile voice going short.
"Biggest bubble in world history becoming larger," he cautioned about the total macro market climate Saturday.
"Biggest crash in world history coming. Purchasing more silver and gold. Waiting for Bitcoin to fall to $24 k. Crashes best time to get wealthy. Take good care"
Such an event could echo March 2020, together with commentators continuing to see that the constant all-time highs on stocks markets irrespective of noises from central banks.