$BTC: Finder.com’s Expert Panel Predicts Bitcoin Will Reach Nearly $94K in 2022

According to a press release issued by comparion website Finder.com on January 27, its panel of 33 FinTech, cryptocurrency, and NFT specialists “think BTC will peak at $93,717 in 2022 on average, before ending the year at $76,360.”

Finder.com’s “Bitcoin (BTC) Price Prediction 2022” report states that they “asked a panel of 33 industry experts in early January for their thoughts on how Bitcoin will perform over the next decade.”

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Per this report, Bitcoin is “expected to peak at US$93,717 this year before dropping to $76,360 by the end of 2022.” And by the end of 2025, the panel “predicts BTC will be worth $192,800 and climb to $406,400 by the end of 2030.”

David Klinger, Founder of Coteries Corporation, who expects $BTC to peak at $100K before closing the eyar at $70K, stated:

As Bitcoin becomes more accessible through more established financial institutions and products like ETF’s it will continue to rally in the short to medium term.

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Vanessa Harris, Chief Product Officer at Permission, believes that $BTC will peak at $220K in 2022:

Bitcoin is best positioned to be the store of value many investors will seek to weather higher inflation.

Meanwhile, Daniel Polotsky, Founder of CoinFlip, expects $BTC to peak at around $60K:

The global economy is looking somewhat shaky, with inflation reaching 7% in the US. It is possible that the asset bubble the Fed created by keeping interest rates near 0% for over a decade may spill over into Bitcoin.


The views and opinions expressed by the author, or any people mentioned in this article, are for informational purposes only, and they do not constitute financial, investment, or other advice. Investing in or trading cryptoassets comes with a risk of financial loss.


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