Poll: 48% Believe Bitcoin Will Be Worth Over $500 by 2016

Poll: 48% Believe Bitcoin Will Be Worth Over $500 by 2016

Bitcoin enthusiasts are once again bullish on the digital currency's price potential. A new CoinDesk poll has found that 48% of respondents believe that bitcoin will end the year valued at more than $500. That's not to say that others weren't more bearish. Some 38.7% of bitcoin enthusiasts think the digital currency's price will end 2015 at or near its current levels, with 4,370 of the 11,293 respondents predicting that bitcoin would be valued at between $351-$500 by this time. Thirty-three percent of those surveyed think that the digital currency's price would rise to $501-$1,000 by 31st....


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