Le créateur de Stock-To-Flow, PlanB, prévoit un objectif de prix de 100 000 dollars pour Bitcoin

Au milieu de plusieurs prévisions haussières et baissières sur le prix du Bitcoin, créateur du Stock-To-Flow, PlanB a déclaré que la principale cryptocouronne atteindrait 100 000 dollars d’ici septembre.

Malgré la récente chute du prix de Bitcoin

Malgré la récente chute du prix de Bitcoin Pro, qui a suscité une certaine inquiétude chez les traders, le créateur du Stock-To-Flow, PlanB, a prédit que BTC atteindrait 100 000 dollars. Plus précisément, PlanB a déclaré que BTC atteindrait l’objectif de prix entre le deuxième et le troisième trimestre fiscal de 2021.

Dans un tweet posté le 24 janvier, PlanB a déclaré:

„Si l’histoire est une indication et que Bitcoin continue sa trajectoire actuelle, la CTB atteindrait 100 000 $ quelque part entre avril et septembre.“

Bitcoinist a noté que l’analogie et la prédiction haussière de PlanB sur la CTB est basée sur la demande croissante de la pièce maîtresse, alors que son taux de production ralentit.

En dehors de PlanB, d’autres analystes de la cryptographie ont révélé leurs objectifs de prix haussiers sur la première devise de la cryptologie. D’autre part, les investisseurs et les gestionnaires de fonds craignent également que la hausse de la BTC ne finisse par devenir une bulle.

Plusieurs analystes pensent que Bitcoin

Plusieurs analystes pensent que Bitcoin a augmenté plus que sa valeur, ce qui pourrait conduire à un retournement de situation. L’inquiétude des analystes est due à la tendance à la hausse significative de Bitcoin suite à sa crise de mi-mars. Au début de cette année, la pièce maîtresse a grimpé de plus de 1 000 %, atteignant un nouveau sommet.

S’adressant au Financial Times, le fondateur du groupe Baupost, Seth Klarman, a déclaré que les investisseurs en cryptographie estiment que le risque sur les marchés „a tout simplement disparu“. Le co-fondateur des OGM, Jeremy Grantham, a également déclaré que la hausse de la CTB depuis 2019 est une „bulle épique à part entière“.

Bittrex will remove the Monero, ZCash and DASH crypto-currencies

Bittrex will remove the Monero, ZCash and DASH crypto-currencies from its platform on January 16, 2021.

Without giving any reason, the American exchange Bittrex, but whose head office is located in Liechtenstein, will remove from its platform 3 anonymous crypto-currencies

Bittrex has announced that it will withdraw trading from XMR, DASH and ZEC on 15 January 2021 at 23:00 UTC, which Bitcoin Era corresponds to 16 January 2021 at midnight French time. From that moment on you will no longer be able to trade Monero, ZCash and DASH regardless of the associated pair: BTC, ETH, USDT or USD.

After the removal of these markets you will have up to 30 days to remove these three cryptos from the platform. You can send them to another trading platform or to your personal portfolios. Do this quickly to avoid the withdrawal time being shortened and your encryptions being blocked. Indeed, in its announcement Bittrex announces that the time limits are likely to be shortened.

Why are these crypto-currencies delisted?

No reason is clearly stated. However, these crypto-currencies have been on the radar of regulators in many countries for some time. A little over a month ago it was South Korea that announced a ban on trading in anonymous crypto currencies (privacy coins) on 21 March 2021.

They believe that anonymous crypto-currencies make it easier to carry out illicit activities. Indeed, they do not allow to track correctly or accurately all movements of funds made contrary to Bitcoin. Indeed, even if a KYC (verification of identity) is carried out at the time of the purchase of these cryptos, their use is not traceable (even if the CypherTrace company has patented the tracing of these transactions).

As the Bittrex crypto exchange originated in the United States and targeted a large American audience, it is possible that the STABLE Act may have influenced their decision.

Will other platforms follow?

It is legitimate to wonder whether other crypto-currency buying and trading platforms will suppress these trading pairs. We are thinking in particular of large exchanges operating in countries that are not very open to this type of encryption (i.e. almost all countries in the world). Cryptos trading and purchasing platforms do their utmost to keep regulators happy, especially when you want to go public, for example.

More Bitcoins of the Satoshi era begin to move

With the recent rise of digital currency it is natural to expect that old people in the market may finally (after 10 years) be making profits from mining.

1300 „Satoshi era“ bitcoins mined in 2010 were moved after digital currency surpassed US$34,000. The „Satoshi era“ refers to the period when Bitcoin’s creator pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto was active in the community until the end of 2010.

20 portfolios created in 2010 and which until then had been „sleeping“ transferred together a total of 1000 Bitcoins, this was the first „awakening“ of the year. An hour later 6 other portfolios also created in 2010 transferred a total of 300 bitcoins. It is possible that the second move is unrelated to the first.

With Bitcoin now trading at US$33,495.71, the 1300 currency units are valued at R$227 million.

The move was noted by former portfolio monitor analyst Dr. Kirill Kretov, a software developer and crypto currency trader. Kretov noted that this is the sixth largest sleeping Bitcoins movement he has noticed in the last 12 months.

Kretov told The Daily Chain that the Bitcoins movement followed a similar pattern to the previous movements he highlighted last year.

„For 1000, we can see the same pattern, 20 wallets from 2010 wake up, transfer money to the P2SH address (starts with“ 3″) and from there they are divided into many bech32 addresses by amounts smaller than 10-15 BTC (10 this Time)“.

As the coins have been stopped for a long time, it is not clear who was responsible for moving the bitcoins or what the reasons were.

With the recent rise of the digital currency it is natural to expect that old people in the market may finally (after 10 years) be making profits from mining.

At the end of last year at least $27 million dormant coins since 2010 were moved. All the bitcoins were mined in 2010. The 1,000 bitcoins were valued at just over R$143 million.

The sleeping coins, also known as „Satoshi-era coins,“ represent more than one million bitcoins, according to a Glassnodes report. The amount exceeds 9.5% of the total supply of the digital coin.

„1.78 million Bitcoins have never been moved from the miners‘ portfolios. This represents 9.5% of the outstanding supply of Bitcoin. Our analysis shows that 98% of these coins were mined more than 7 years ago and 94% more than 10 years ago“.

Movements of old Bitcoins are closely observed because it is a rare occurrence with the potential to affect the entire market. Every time something like this happens, many people wonder if Satoshi Nakamoto is involved.

Satoshi Nakamoto is believed to have mined between 600,000 and just over 1 million Bitcoins.