Some say Bitcoin will rise significantly. Like Kevin O’Leary aka Mr Wonderful from Shark Tank bitcoin.com reports. He says Bitcoin will rise significantly the coming years, when big financial institutions will embrace Bitcoin as an asset.
Kevin O’Leary, aka Mr. Wonderful, has shared what he thinks the price of bitcoin will be in the coming years. He said when institutions get the go-ahead from their compliance departments to invest in bitcoin, the price of the cryptocurrency “is going to appreciate dramatically.”
Kevin O’Leary’s Bitcoin Prediction
Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary shared his prediction of the price of bitcoin in an interview with Stansberry Research last week.
He explained that many institutions are not allowed to invest in bitcoin, stating: “That’s well-known because it just hasn’t been ruled by the regulator yet. So, as a proxy to getting exposure to bitcoin, they buy the equities of public bitcoin mining companies, Marathon, Riot, etc.”
You want to talk about bitcoin going to $100K, $200K, $300K, it’s going to happen when institutions can finally buy it.
“I can tell you with certainty right now because I service sovereign wealth funds and pension plans,” Mr. Wonderful continued. “In the indexing business, for all the hype around bitcoin, none of those institutions own a single coin. And they are not going to until their compliance departments allow for the ESG mandates.” In addition, he noted that the crypto asset class itself has to be compliant.
The Shark Tank star opined:
When they do get that go-ahead, the price of the coin is going to appreciate dramatically.
O’Leary further explained that the way to think about bitcoin is not to think about it as a coin but as software.
“These institutions own Microsoft. They own Google. That’s software too, so it is very easy for them to get their heads around it. As soon as it’s compliant, they will buy 1% to 3%, and that’s when the price is going to appreciate,” he emphasized, elaborating:
I think that’s going to happen in the next two to three years.
In October last year, O’Leary said that if the U.S. regulator finally allowed financial services companies to call bitcoin an asset and put it into an exchange-traded fund (ETF) like they have in Canada, “there’d be another trillion dollars worth of buying into bitcoin.”
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