There have been a lot of crypto price predictions this year, and crypto enthusiasts were happy to see that most of them have been bullish.
More and more crypto experts have been saying that we’re either close to getting out of the long crypto winter or that we’re already out.
Tron’s Justin Sun said not too long ago that we have left the bearish market and BTC has already hit bottom.
Anyway, here’s the latest Ethereum price prediction and it’s also bullish.
ETH to hit $2.090
Crypto analyst ScienceGuy9489 is back with a Twitter forecast in which he claims that ETH has the potential to reach a high of $2,090, Investinblockchain reports.
“He had calculated this figure by taking the support at $80 from the 2018 high at $1,420 ($1420 – $80 = $1340). He went on to divide the result by 2 and then added this figure to the 2018 high to reach $2,090,” the online publication explains.
He doesn’t stop here and says that ETH will definitely have a breakout this month, and he also has the exact date: April 24th.
ETH should be breaking out by April 24th pic.twitter.com/z8lwk9zMHY
— ScienceGuy9489 (@ScienceGuy9489) March 11, 2019
The online publication details all the reasons and mechanisms that the analyst used to reach the conclusions mentioned above, and we recommend that you head over to the original article and have a look at them.
More bullish ETH predictions
This is not the only optimistic prediction on ETH’s price. We have reported that more interesting forecasts have been recently made.
A lot of crypto experts and analysts have been claiming that Ethereum will also see a significant surge in 2019.
According to the popular online magazine which is appreciated for its predictions regarding the digital assets’ prices, Smartereum, there have been more forecasts claiming that ETH will be hitting $200.
There’s a prediction for this year which has also managed to trigger some controversy in the crypto community – it was made by the online magazine CoinSwitch – they claim that Ethereum (ETH) would hit $484 in July and $1450 by the end of the year.