In late-2017, when BTC was surpassing key levels each and every day, we reported that technology guru John McAfee made a prediction that Bitcoin would hit $1 million by the end of 2020. He put his manhood on the line. And while the cryptocurrency has evidently fallen drastically since then, he recently doubled-down on this ambitious forecast in a tweet.
Responding to an article that postulated that Bitcoin may hit $400,000 within two years, McAfee remarked that this is nonsensical not because the prediction was ludicrously high, but because it was well too low. In fact, he remarked that “anyone who can add and subtract,” and harness “point-set topology” knows that BTC “can’t be less than” $1 million in two years’ time. In a bid to accentuate his point, he asked, rhetorically, “does no one study math anymore?”