Date: Tuesday 15th December
Bitcoin has had an incredible year. Following the outbreak of the coronavirus, the Bitcoin price crashed to just below $4,000. However, the subsequent government bailouts and money printing has led to many fearing fiat currencies will suffer from high inflation, highlighting the importance of hard money.
Since the lows in March, Bitcoin has gone from strength to strength, particularly on the back of corporate interest. MicroStrategy and Square paved the way for corporations to buy Bitcoin, and others are following.
Over the last couple of days, Bitcoin has rallied to new all-time highs, reaching close to $24,000, but what makes this time different to 2017? And how high could the price go in 2021?
In this interview, I talk to on-chain analyst and the co-founder of Hypersheet; Willy Woo. We discuss the current state of the Bitcoin market, the catalysts for Bitcoin’s rally and what to expect in the coming year.