On July 17, 2017, the famous developer and creator of ‘McAfee’ anti-virus John McAfee, predicted that a single Bitcoin would cost $500,000 in three years. The jump in the cryptocurrency course towards the end of last year made the businessman update his model and say that by December 2020 a Bitcoin would cost a million dollars – something that may still be quite unrealistic.

However, according to the original model, the Bitcoin growth rate was 0.4841 percent per day. And today is the first day since the cost of the Bitcoin falls below the minimum required growth.

Real-time preview of the model can be found here. After retention of prices on Wednesday, digital currencies again went down, and an ether even reached its lowest value since November 23. The second most popular cryptocurrency, Ethterium was traded at around $413, up from $1400 in January.

Ethterium lost 47.22 percent of its value so far this month, valuing at about $459, well ahead of its peak, reaching $1338.67 in December. The Bitcoin also lost value and yesterday at noon his quotes are about $7500. But this is still far from the bottom of February 6 when the price fell to $6,000. With more than 10 percent, the Bitcoin Cache and Litecoin went down.

Overall, the market capitalization of digital currencies declined by $20 billion over the past 24 hours and is now $283 billion. Post from: GizBrain

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