A bitcoin winter ahead? Crypto expert predicts just that, but after digital asset hits $300,000 at end of 2021

Bitcoin prices may reach $300,000 shortly – but then tap into a dark time, if history is any indicator, according to one specialist.

Bobby Lee, co-founder and former CEO of all crypto trade BTCC, advised CNBC Asia at a Monday interview which bitcoin will function at Student bull cycles, even with enormous leaps in 2013, 2017 and this season’s latest explosion representing the most recent uptrend for the planet’s most notable crypto.

But when the pattern holds true, a predetermined period for the advantage made in 2009 can also be very likely to adhere to which could last a couple of decades,’if background plays itself out ,’ Lee advised CNBC, adding he is not sure’history will probably repeat itself’ but notes that the ascent since its beginning has so far followed a predictable routine.

Lee predicted that bitcoin will reach $100,000 at the end of the summer and potential touch $300,000 at the end of 2021.

Following a potential 10x spike by bitcoin in the conclusion of the calendar year, it’s very likely to come crashing down to Earth, whether it adheres to motions within its previous two additional bull stages.

To be certain, bitcoin’s Forex trading routines within the last decade do not provide a mathematically robust sample size, but it can be something which optimistic traders cling , at least, till worth crater.

‘Bull-market bicycles come and go after a bull-market summit, necessarily it could decrease by a long time and that is when the bubble pops,’ Lee said.

Bitcoin is up 96 percent up to now in 2021, as well as an almost 7% year-to-date profit for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, a 5 percent increase to its S&P 500 index, a 4 percent gain for the Nasdaq Composite Index along with also an more than 8 percent decrease for golden, FactSet statistics reveal.

‘From the crypto business, we predict it bitcoin winter and it might continue for 2 to three decades. . .people ought to be conscious that it might fall up to 80% to 90 percent of its worth from the all time summit,’ he clarified.

At last test, bitcoin was trading at $56,728off less than one% on Monday rather than much from the current all-time large at $61,556.59, based on CoinDesk.