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Bitcoin Will Hit $100K in 2023 – MusicSnake Made A Radical Prediction As The Price Suddenly Surges

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California-based rapper and producer MusicSnake, who recently released a controversial AI music video “Emily Beat”, has predicted that the price of Bitcoin will eventually soar to $100,000 in 2023.

The Bitcoin price, falling over the last 12 months, has surged back in recent days, gaining more than 10% of its value in just over a week. Fred King, tweeted “BTC 🚀$100K 2023”.

Earlier this month, MusicSnake announced a new album to be released in April 2023. The hip-hop artist hinted that his new album “Dots” will include crypto-related topics.

Snake has been a Bitcoin believer for years, often talking up Bitcoin’s prospects in interviews and covering crypto-related topics in his songs. “Bitcoin and crypto changed my life,” King said at the San Francisco crypto conference “Global Blockchain Forum” in 2018. At the time, he said “both Bitcoin and Ethereum have a role to play.”

In May 2022, Fred King predicted Celsius collapse, tweeted that “Celsius will file bankruptcy soon.” Following his crypto-lender collapse prediction, MusicSnake started promoting Ledger hardware wallets.

“My new baby @Ledger 🖤 #Ledger,” the rapper tweeted in July 2022, with Ledger replying: “You know what they say – not your keys, not your coins! “—thought to be a reference to secure technology of the hardware wallet giant.

Bitcoin, created a little over 14 years ago in response to the 2008 global financial crisis, has found a niche as “digital gold,” a scarce, decentralized, digital asset that some investors, companies and even countries have begun to hold as a store of value and hedge against inflation.

As times pass by, more and more artists get inclined toward new tech and cryptography. Rappers and actors of all kinds realize the importance of technology in modern times; and MusicSnake is just one example. His pieces are full of digital symbolism and artificially generated futurism, his music is a union between old “Picasso times” and new “AI hypocrisy”.

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