A recent Twitter survey of whether Williams needs to acquire BTC attracts the likes of SpaceX CEO Elon Musk as bitcoin bull run publicity mounts. BTC might surge to $65,000 as a result of a combination of low supply and many new buyers joining in, according to investor Mike Novogratz.
In a popular Twitter debate that happened on November 17, 2020, Novogratz told actress Maisie Williams not to hesitate if she wants to buy the crypto. Mike is famous for his prominent bitcoin plugs.
Network Effect Has Taken Over
Williams had earlier released a poll where she asked Twitter followers whether or not she should invest in BTC. At the moment, the verdict appears split with about 47% of the over 750,000 responses supporting bitcoin investment.
That poll inevitably caught the attention of famous Twitter users, among them Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Novogratz said:
“I bought more BTC last night at 15,800. It’s going to 20K and (then) To 65K. The network effect has taken over. I see tons of new buyers and there is very little supply. It’s an easier trade here (than) at 11K. So YES, buy it.”
Williams never revealed what made her abruptly think about investing in bitcoin. The publicity comes amid nearly 50% monthly gains for BTC/USD. At the time of writing, the pair is consolidating around $16,700.
A Low-Key Bull Run
Others who responded to this matter included Blockstream chief security officer Samson Mow, podcast host Stephan Livera, and CEO of investment fund giant Digital Currency Group, Barry Silbert.
Grayscale is Silbert’s asset manager. It is known to be buying up increasingly huge amounts of the bitcoin supply. Just this week, its holdings passed 500,000 BTC ($8.37 billion). According to previous reports, Bitcoin’s recent surge has been quite noticeable for the minimal media attention that it has received so far.
Despite reaching levels that it has not been for more than two weeks in its history, BTC is yet to spark a similar frenzy of publicity that accompanied its surge to the $20,000 all-time highs in 2017.
Nevertheless, behind the scenes, institutions that were earlier unlikely to support bitcoin are coming around to the thought of a future in which BTC stars as a major investment asset. Among the interested parties is Citibank, which earlier this week predicted a December 2021 BTC price of around $318K.