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Renowned Futurologist Predicts $4,000 Bitcoin

Last Updated March 4, 2021 4:50 PM
Justin OConnell
Last Updated March 4, 2021 4:50 PM

Climate change. Riots. Food shortages. Water shortages. General suffering. Cliff High foresees doom! He tries to not make his YouTube videos too much of a downer and sometimes talks about the bright side of life. He and his guests are the type to equate Skype malfunctions with government interference with new media broadcasts.

Cliff recently made headlines in the precious metals world when he forecasted great gains in the silver price – in fact, he foresees not only $20 updates, but ultimately $600 silver and parity with the gold price, which is currently more than $1,000.

Cliff applies his in-depth research to bitcoin topics, and recently predicted bitcoin would increase to $688 on its way to -hold on your pants – $4,000! Wow! That price prediction would make a lot of bitcoiners happy. A lot of Bitcoiners would become very wealthy if the price of bitcoin became $4,000.

It’s likely Cliff foresees happening in bitcoin what he sees happening in silver: increased interest.

Mr High, who believes we live in an electric universe told bitcoin-inclusive precious metals price comparison tool, Compare Silver Prices , that:

Data makes me think [silver is going to $120] as it is an issue of a predicate calculus equation for emotional values of each, the dollar, and silver. Dollar going down, thus silver must go up. Plus silver is gaining new emotional values for both intensity and duration that will carry it over the 2020’s as real money.

Mr. High believes a bimetallic cryptocurrency will become a future global cryptocurrency.

Mr. High believes as we get into August we will see price increases towards $1,000, on its way to $4,000. The price, he believes, won’t remain at the $1,000 handle for very long.

It’s all in the charts, Mr. High, who warns of a day when lightning becomes so strong (due to climate change) that people run immediately indoors, says.



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