Ethereum (ETH) prices are down 46.31% since Jan. 1, but the correction might not last long according to this 2018 Ethereum price prediction. One CEO in the crypto industry predicts Ethereum could be worth $6,000 by the end of 2018.
While this Ethereum price prediction shows Ethereum could soar 1,378.74% from today’s price of $403.08, we’ll show you what’s behind such an astounding projection, so you can evaluate it for yourself.
Plus, we’re going to show you exactly how to buy Ethereum, so you can try and capture those potential triple-digit gains.
Jen Grayson predicts Ethereum prices could reach $6,000 by the end of 2018, and her credentials make us pay attention.
Grayson was named by Chipin.com as one of the “Top 8 Women in Crypto,” and she’s the CEO of Powered by Neureal.
And while Grayson’s bold end-of-year target for Ethereum caught our attention, so did her short-term outlook.
Finder.com asked Grayson where Ethereum prices will be on May 1, and she said $1,200. From today’s price of $405.75, that’s a potential gain of 195.74% in one month.
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Grayson is also firmly behind her projections and isn’t fazed by Ethereum’s recent pullback.
“The platform is solid, it’s proven, and I simply don’t see a big challenger with anything viable enough to overtake the space that Ethereum occupies,” Grayson told Finder.com.
“It’s going to take something major to get me to move off my bullish forecast for ETH – even with the major correction in March.”
While Grayson is convinced Ethereum’s price could rocket higher, only a tiny fraction of Americans are exposed to this potentially lucrative space. Finder.com uncovered that 92% of Americans still don’t own any cryptocurrencies.
That’s why, today, we wanted to show Money Morning readers a step-by-step guide for beginners on how to buy your first cryptocurrency.
Learning that Ethereum prices could climb from $400 to $6,000 sounds great, but it doesn’t mean anything if you don’t know how to buy ETH.
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