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  • ARK Invest CEO Cathie Wood fortifies her bullish stance on Bitcoin (BTC), predicting it to skyrocket to $1.5 million by 2030.
  • Bitcoin’s substantial rally amid the US regional banking crisis in March bolsters Wood’s confidence in the cryptocurrency as an insurance policy against economic instability.

In light of the United States’ regional banking crisis earlier this year, Cathie Wood, CEO of ARK Invest, has amplified her bullish sentiment towards Bitcoin. On Tuesday, she revealed an emboldened belief in her fund’s ‘bull case’ scenario for Bitcoin, forecasting a surge to $1.5 million by 2030.

Bitcoin’s Bull Case and the Banking Crisis

The strengthened conviction is primarily grounded in Bitcoin’s affirmative reaction to the banking crisis in March. ARK Invest had delineated a bear, base, and bull thesis for Bitcoin’s potential standing in 2030 earlier this year. The price objectives of these scenarios stood significantly higher than Bitcoin’s current price, with figures of $258,500, $682,800, and a close-to-present projection of $1.48 million respectively.

These scenarios encapsulated varying approximations of the total market share that Bitcoin could assimilate from diverse financial use cases. The ‘bull case’ was mainly contingent on Bitcoin acquiring half of gold’s market cap, while simultaneously claiming 6.5% of the institutional asset base and 10% of the M2 money supply in emerging markets.

Wood’s declaration of augmented confidence in the ‘bull case’ followed the collapse of regional banks, such as Silvergate Bank, Signature Bank, and Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) in March due to excessive withdrawal pressure. Amid this banking turmoil, Bitcoin’s rally from $19,000 to $30,000 indicated a ‘flight to safety’ among investors – a trend Wood believes will eventually become a unanimous sentiment.

Bitcoin’s Role as an Economic Safeguard

Wood further emphasized Bitcoin’s role as an insurance policy against both direct and indirect wealth confiscation. While direct confiscation denotes the forcible seizure of assets, indirect confiscation implies inflation, often resulting from exorbitant money printing that devalues a national currency.

Since Bitcoin’s supply is algorithmically capped at 21 million units, traditional inflation is unattainable. Wood asserts that even in a deflationary environment for fiat currencies, Bitcoin offers a hedge against counterparty risk. She argues,

“We won’t have an 08’ / 09’ with Bitcoin,”

reinforcing its virtues of decentralization and transparency.

Wood’s optimistic stance on Bitcoin aligns with other affluent figures. Michael Saylor, Executive Chairman of MicroStrategy, has even posited Bitcoin’s market cap could catapult to $100 million, suggesting a BTC price of $4.7 million per coin.

As we navigate the digital currency landscape over the next 18 months, Bitcoin seems poised for strong performance. Echoing this sentiment are figures like Robert Kiyosaki, author of ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad,’ and Standard Chartered Bank, both projecting a $120,000 per coin price by 2025.

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