Future price of the Bitcoin

Here is an idea of the potential price of the Bitcoin with the psychological barriers to overcome:

Price targetObjectValue
50Organ trafficking1 billion dollars
50Cultural property trafficking1 billion dollars
100Light weapons trafficking2 billion dollars
400UN budget7 billion dollars
400Crude oil theft8 billion dollars
800Illegal wildlife trade14 billion dollars
1,000Silver stocks17 billion dollars
1,100Elon Musk wealth19 billion dollars
1,400Illegal fishing25 billion dollars
1,600Crystal meth trafficking28 billion dollars
1,800Illegal mining30 billion dollars
1,800Legal cannabis market31 billion dollars
2,000Cruise industry35 billion dollars
2,800Michael Bloomberg wealth47 billion dollars
2,200Theatrical market38 billion dollars
3,200Carlos Slim Helu wealth54 billion dollars
3,200Global art market54 billion dollars
3,400Global airlines market57 billion dollars
3,600Global arms market60 billion dollars
3,800Opiates trafficking65 billion dollars
4,200Amancio Ortega wealth71 billion dollars
4,400Alan Zuckerberg wealth74 billion dollars
4,500Andrew Carnegie wealth75 billion dollars
4,700Warren Buffet wealth79 billion dollars
5,400Cocaine trafficking88 billion dollars
5,400Bill Gates wealth89 billion dollars
5,900Jeff Bezos wealth100 billion dollars
6,100Man Group funds103 billion dollars
6,200Illegal logging104 billion dollars
7,400Smarpthone market125 billion dollars
8,300Global fish market140 billion dollars
8,400Marijuana trafficking141 billion dollars
8,900Human trafficking150 billion dollars
13,200Bridgewater Associates funds150 billion dollars
10,900Bitcoin actual182 billion dollars
11,200Henry Ford wealth188 billion dollars
11,400Taiwan Semiconductor191 billion dollars
12,000Oracle202 billion dollars
12,200Alcohol market204 billion dollars
12,200Intel205 billion dollars
12,400AQR Capital funds208 billion dollars
12,500China Mobile210 billion dollars
12,800Pfizer215 billion dollars
13,200Chevron222 billion dollars
13,300AT&T223 billion dollars
13,500Procter & Gamble226 billion dollars
13,900Royal Dutch Shell233 billion dollars
14,900Visa249 billion dollars
15,200IMF budget254 billion dollars
16,700Wells Fargo279 billion dollars
16,700Lottery industry279 billion dollars
17,400Wal-Mart Stores291 billion dollars
17,600Bank of America294 billion dollars
20,000Qatar Investment Authority335 billion dollars
20,700Coal industry346 billion dollars
20,800Exxon Mobil348 billion dollars
20,900John D. Rockefeller wealth350 billion dollars
21,400Generic drugs market358 billion dollars
21,500JPMorgan Chase & Co359 billion dollars
21,500GIC Private Limited359 billion dollars
22,400Johnson & Johnson375 billion dollars
24,200Natural gas industry405 billion dollars
26,400SAFE Investment Company441 billion dollars
26,400Computer hardware market442 billion dollars
27,300Hong Kong Monetary Authority456 billion dollars
27,500Alibaba Group Holding Ltd460 billion dollars
28,000Berkshire Hathaway Inc.469 billion dollars
29 500Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority 493 milliards de dollars
30,400Facebook Inc.508 billion dollars
32,200Drug trafficking539 billion dollars
30,700SAMA Foreign Holdings542 billion dollars
33,400Amazon.com, Inc.559 billion dollars
38,400Microsoft Corporation642 billion dollars
38,400Kuwait Investment Authority642 billion dollars
39,900Global textile market667 billion dollars
40,300IT services market673 billion dollars
40,300Global defense market674 billion dollars
40,900Tobacco industry683 billion dollars
42,800Alphabet Inc.715 billion dollars
48,600China Investment Corporation813 billion dollars
49,500Abu Dhabi Investment Authority828 billion dollars
49,700HSBC Holdings funds831 billion dollars
52,000Telecommunications industry869 billion dollars
52,100Apple Inc.870 billion dollars
52,100Global organized crime870 billion dollars
52,500Natixis Global Mgmt funds877 billion dollars
52,700Nuveen funds881 billion dollars
56,000Well Fargo funds936 billion dollars
56,300Titanium reserves941 billion dollars
56,400Northern Trust Mgmt funds942 billion dollars
58,600Wellington Mgmt funds979 billion dollars
65,800Legal & General Group funds1,099 billion dollars
61,100Norwegian Sovereign Fund1,021 billion dollars
61,400Counterfeiting1,026 billion dollars
68,300Amundi funds1,141 billion dollars
68,600DAX1,145 billion dollars
71,200Deutsche Bank funds1,190 billion dollars
72,300UBS funds1,208 billion dollars
72,700BNP Paribas funds1,215 billion dollars
75,600Prudential Financial funds1,263 billion dollars
79,400Global food market1,327 billion dollars
79,500JP Governement Pension funds1,328 billion dollars
82,500Goldman Sachs Group funds1,379 billion dollars
84,800CAC 401,416 billion dollars
88,500Capital Group funds1,478 billion dollars
89,800Axa funds1,500 billion dollars
98,200iShares funds1,640 billion dollars
98,600Bank of New York funds1,647 billion dollars
101,800Automotive industry1,700 billion dollars
103,900Petroleum industry1,735 billion dollars
106,000JP Morgan Chase funds1,770 billion dollars
113,70050 richest people1,900 billion dollars
118,000Allianz Group funds1,971 billion dollars
127,500Fidelity Investments funds2,130 billion dollars
122,200Platinum group metals reserves2,042 billion dollars
137,700Euro Stoxx 502,300 billion dollars
143,700State Street Global funds2,400 billion dollars
151,200FTSE 100 Index2,525 billion dollars
173,600California's GDP2,900 billion dollars
174,300US Social Security Trust funds2,911 billion dollars
179,600Healthcare global market3,000 billion dollars
207,600Germany's GDP3,467 billion dollars
239,500Vanguard Group funds4,000 billion dollars
263,000Tokyo Stock Exchange4,393 billion dollars
269,500Fed's balance sheet4,500 billion dollars
272,500Insurance industry4,550 billion dollars
295,600SSE Composite Index4,937 billion dollars
295,700Japan's GDP4,939 billion dollars
304,800Forex market5,090 billion dollars
327,900Dow Jones5,476 billion dollars
359,300BlackRock funds6,000 billion dollars
419,200Nasdaq7,000 billion dollars
455,100Coins & bank notes7,600 billion dollars
455,100Travel and tourism industry7,600 billion dollars
461,100Gold reserves7,700 billion dollars
566,500Global construction market9,459 billion dollars
670,700China's GDP11,200 billion dollars
998,800Governments budget16,678 billion dollars
1,066,000Europa's GDP17,800 billion dollars
1,112,500USA's GDP18,570 billion dollars
1,155,800New York Stock Exchange19,300 billion dollars
1,245,400S&P 50020,796 billion dollars
1,651,200Diamonds stocks27,571 billion dollars
4,371,900All stocks markets73,000 billion dollars
4,525,600Gross world product75,600 billion dollars
4,976,800Non physical money83,100 billion dollars
5,414,000Global money supply90,400 billion dollars
12,876,300Global debt215,000 billion dollars
12,996,100Global real estate217,000 billion dollars
71,868,100Derivatives market1,200,000 billion dollars
113,670,300World goods and money1,928,589 billion dollars

For comparison, we have also added famous funds, GDP. We could have added the value of all movable property (furniture, TVs, computers, smartphones, ….), cars, motorcycles, …

For industries, goods markets, traffics, gross domestic products, these are annual values.

Now that the price has exceeded $ 10,000 and he can win or lose thousands of dollars the same day, anything is possible. It can also fall back to 1 cent for x reasons.

It can reach a capitalization market of 1,000 billion dollars (price : 60 000), maybe 5,000 billion dollars but not more (300 000). At this point the holders will prefer to invest in the other crypto-currencies.


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