Bitcoin Will Hit $320,000: Winklevoss Twins

Bitcoin Will Hit $320,000: Winklevoss Twins

Bitcoin , the world’s largest  cryptocurrency  by  market capitalization , could grow up to 40 times its current price, or about $320,000 each, according to Cameron Winklevoss, half of the famous twins known for their role in the creation of  Mark  Zuckerberg ‘s Facebook Inc.
At a CNBC-hosted interview at the Milken Institute MENA Summit, Cameron suggested that the cryptocurrency is better than gold across the board when looking at the desirable properties of money.
“And what makes gold gold?  Scarcity. Bitcoin is actually fixed in supply so it’s better than scarce … it’s more portable, its fungible, it’s more durable. It sort of equals a better gold across the board,” said Cameron.
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He highlighted the digital currency‘s recent sell-off as a buying opportunity. While early last week bitcoin’s market value was around $200 billion, it sank to $100 billion during this week’s larger market plunge, slightly recovering toward the end of a week to a value of around $140 billion. At its lowest point this week, the Olympic rower and entrepreneur said investors could be looking at “a potential appreciation of 30 to 40 times because you look at the gold market today, it’s a $7 trillion market. And so a lot of people are starting to see that, they recognize the store of value properties. So we think regardless of the price moves in the last few weeks, it’s still a very underappreciated asset.

At the time of Cameron’s comments, a 40-times price appreciation reflected a bitcoin market cap of about $4 trillion. The twin mentioned that he and his brother Tyler were taking a 10- to 20-year outlook.

The crypto bulls, credited with becoming the first bitcoin billionaires, took a jab at critics including legendary investor and Berkshire Hathaway Inc.

head  Warren Buffett  and JPMorgan Chase & Co.  CEO  Jamie Dimon. Tyler blamed skepticism on a “failure of the imagination,” going on to describe a world where autonomous cars and other devices make micro payments to each other via digital currencies.
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