Michael Saylor: Bitcoin’s Growth Will Last a Decade

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Bitcoin has reached a milestone by surpassing $65,000 for the first time since November 2021. The surge in price can be attributed to the high demand for services provided by crypto ETFs, which were launched in the United States in early January.

At the Bitcoin Atlantis conference, Michael Saylor, CEO of MicroStrategy, spoke about the potential for BTC to continue its growth phase for up to ten years.

He also pointed to growing investor interest in artificial intelligence technology and the blockchain industry as driving forces for the long-term strength of cryptocurrency.

Along with this, ETFs for cryptocurrencies have also become a trigger for market volatility.

Saylor suggested that the next ten years be deemed a “new gold rush,” which is expected to last until 2034. By then, it is predicted that about 99% of bitcoins will have been mined by miners.

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