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Comparing the return on investments (ROI) between Bitcoin and Ethereum during the first cycle of both, a crypto trader finds that the second circle could take the ETH price to the moon in 2025.
‘Between $10,000 and $45,000 per ETH in 2025’
In his recent tweet, analyst ‘CryptoWolf’ writes that the price of the second biggest cryptocurrency may hit a breathtaking level in 2025 – between $10,000 and $45,000 (something that is even Bitcoin is far away from so far).
To let it happen, the return on investments for ETH must show a 500% offset.
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Previously, another crypto trader predicted a similar price surge for Ethereum in the next bull run – $10,000. He did not specify any more or less specific time periods when it may happen, though.
‘24 months of pain for $XRP & $ETH’
Another crypto analyst and trader, ‘Filbfilb’, points out that unlike ETH and XRP, Bitcoin has shown an over-100-percent growth throughout 2019.
Users in the comment thread are expressing hopes that ETH will regain its previous highs soon.
‘Huge opportunity or huge oof?’
Usually, the community considers price dumps optimistically as opportunities to buy the dip and reap profits later on, after ‘hodling’. Bitcoin fans keep talking about it, when the price dumps. Ripple retail investors tweet about it all the time when XRP sees another decrease after a release from Ripple’s escrow.
However, now, it seems, some start feeling tired of seeing their favourite ETH in the lows and are now doubtful whether this is a good buying opportunity or a disaster.
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$25 mln worth of Ether hits major exchanges
Earlier, U.Today reported that a whopping $25 mln in Ethereum had been sent to three major exchanges – Kraken, Huobi and Binance.
The data came from ViewBase and they also assumed that the coins were sent possibly by Vitalik Buterion himself. However, later on the Ethereum founder denied that, saying that the address was mistaken with his.
Still, seeing this massive ETH transaction, the community now expects an ETH price dump.