As expected, 2015 was a violent year for bitcoin, with prices vacillating between a 2015 low of $177.28 (Jan. 14) to a rise of $465.50 (Dec. 15).
But bitcoin’s boost toward a tail finish of 2015 could meant a improved 2016 for a digital banking that’s been garnering so most courtesy lately. With a rumors swirling that bitcoin’s creator has been discovered, that’s kept prices high, and some in a attention brace that bitcoin will have a clever start in 2016.
But what else is attributing to this projection? A Reuters square digs into a delayed expansion in a income supply as being one that could give bitcoin’s cost a boost. Citing a supply-and-demand theory, there’s some who’ve speculated that this could pull bitcoin’s cost up.
For example, Daniel Masters, cofounder of Jersey-based Global Advisors’ bitcoin sidestep fund, believes that bitcoin could burst behind around a 2013 all-time high of $1,100. His projections also have bitcoin surging all