Bitcoin didn't hit $100k, and now

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Bitcoin didn't hit $100k, and now

In this week's Decentralized Debate, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) was the subject. Different pricing models made predictions about where the price of the largest cryptocurrency by market value would be at the end of this year.

Stock-to-Flow (S2F), possibly the most famous model, made the ambitious forecast of $100,000. However, at around US$ 50,000 in the last week of the year, the BTC is far from reaching this mark.

So does this make S2F a scam? Are other pricing models more correct about Bitcoin price destination?

Rodrix Digital joins Fabiano Dias, Ezequiel Gomes, Lucas Leiva and Bruno Contardi to talk about these issues.

Want to know more about what's going right and wrong when it comes to Bitcoin pricing? Don't miss the latest Decentralized Debate !

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