Michael Novogratz, CEO of crypto investment firm Galaxy Digital Capital, earlier said that Bitcoin would skyrocket to $40,000 in 2018. Now, after the flagship currency lost more than half of its price since its December’s peak, Novogratz voices a more humble prediction. According to CNBC, the Wall Street doesn’t see Bitcoin above $9,000 this year, thus excluding the possibility of a major bullish trend. However, he is still certain that the currency will be above $10,000 in Q1 or Q2 2019.
As U.Today has reported recently, Novogratz claims that the cryptocurrency market has already reached its bottom, but crypto enthusiasts have to wait until more institutional investors get into the crypto space.