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Max Keiser: “Bitcoin will not meet resistance until $ 28,000”

According to Max Keiser, founder of Heisenberg Capital, the bitcoin rate will continue to rise and is unlikely to meet serious resistance to the level of $ 28,000.

Over the past two weeks, the rate of the first cryptocurrency has grown from $ 9,200 to $ 12,000, and only this weekend bitcoin has slightly decreased . However, Kaiser is confident that growth will continue and BTC will reach new records:

“The $ 20,000 level will not present significant resistance to Bitcoin’s rally. We will not see resistance up to $ 28,000. After that, we should expect some pullback, and after that bitcoin will go up to $ 100,000 with renewed vigor. “

Many expect Bitcoin to trade in a limited range soon. For example, Amsterdam stock exchange trader Michael van de Poppe believes that the volatility of BTC and ETH will significantly decrease:

“Most likely, we see how BTC and ETH define the channel boundaries. But over time (one to two weeks), volatility will begin to decline. And what to do? Of course, buy altcoins at the bottom. When everyone is looking at bitcoin, you should focus on altcoins. “

In February of this year, Max Kaiser expressed the opinion that the bitcoin rate could reach $ 400,000 within a few years.

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