At present, the average prediction of its panel indicates that BTC will be worth $249,578 by 2025 — approximately quadruple what it is right now.
Bitcoin may fall short of hitting six figures this year, a poll of 50 fintech specialists suggests.
According to Finder, the average prediction indicates that BTC will peak at $80,021 this year — however, the forecast indicates prices will later cool to $71,415 as 2021 draws to a close.
Although this is 8% higher than what was predicted in July, and a whopping 37% higher than the consensus back in December 2020, this falls well short of the $100,000 that some bullish analysts are anticipating.
PlanB, the creator of the stock-to-flow model, has previously said that he believes Bitcoin will hit $135,000 in December.
The Long-Term View
Finder’s research indicates that analysts are a lot more optimistic when it comes to Bitcoin’s price in 2025 and 2030.
At present, the average prediction of its panel indicates that BTC will be worth $249,578 by 2025 — approximately quadruple what it is right now. And by 2030, they believe a single coin will have a value of $5,237,082.
One of the panel’s members, CoinFlip founder Daniel Polotsky, said:
Meanwhile, Finder.com’s founder Fred Schebesta added:
“Bitcoin is so hot right now. NFTs are pumping it, there is so much institutional demand, the US government is not banning it and everyone's getting in on it. I have strong conviction that it will continue to rise.”
Overall, 46% of the panel currently recommend buying Bitcoin, while another 46% encourage investors to hold on to their crypto. Just 8% have a sell rating.